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... earnestness, while he slowly chewed his steak. This elicited giggles from me, as the two had a bit of a staring contest, or battle of wills, over the steak - but it was no contest. Rob was not about to share. My laughter mingled with the low-key energy and comfortable conversation and laughter of those around us.
We noticed a few things as we took it all in. One, the "personal bubble" of individuals seems to be smaller here. Or it was this night, ...
... really does need these possessions which we think so clearly define us. What does it say about me I wonder? The majority of the container was filled with kitchen and cooking appliances!
So this brings me to ending number three, farewells. To say good bye. Good bye to my very good friend Gavin and wish him the best of luck on his fabulous adventures in America, despite his denial, we will meet again, maybe not in ...
Viewed the prehistoric setting of Stonehenge and later the Roman Baths in get this the city of Bath (makes sense huh). But Bath is also a Georgian city with extensive architecture built largely during the 17th and 18th century.
Stonehenge is actually small, but it is remarkable that people without the wheel or equipment with which to hoist could have developed this place. These stones were moved over many miles before placement.
Itinerary: Wincanton, South Cadbury, Shaftesbury, Salisbury, Westbury
Today proved why having a car is so great. We went all over the place, stopping to see little things that by train simply would not have been reasonable to try to do, especially all in one day. Granted, we had some wrong turns and moments of confusion over where we wanted to go, but it was worth it.
We began by Ben humoring me, as we headed to Wincanton, a town twinned with ...
... audio guide which would give us information about Stonehenge as we came to different areas. Visitors could either walk a mile to Stonehenge or take a tram (which most people did). Stonehenge, like a few of the places we visited in Ireland, is a spot that transports you to another time and another dimension of reality. It is a connection to the past and gives you the sense of the depth of our existence here on ...