Hotel du Vin Cambridge
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... David, who we had the pleasure of meeting for the first time. David is a dowser, and has been in communication with us throughout our walk. He has a strong interest in the Mary Michael Pilgrims Way and has devoted much time to dowsing and developing walks along the line of these earth currents. It was fascinating learning from David, a man who has spent a lifetime working in the meteorological field, how he describes the earth energy currents. As ...
... turn to my Charles Eisenstein book and his advice seems pertinent:
"Amid all the doom laden exhortations to change our ways, let us remember that we are striving to create a more beautiful world, and not sustain, with growing sacrifice, the current one. We are not just seeking to survive. We are not just facing doom; we are facing a glorious possibility we are offering people not a world of less, not a world of sacrifice, not a world where you are just going ...
... is what makes it so scrumptious.
Cambridge, we think, is a way more attractive university city than Oxford (although Oxford does have its charms) and as we hit the streets we are immediately accosted by young male students hawking their tours for the day. Come in spinner - we are in for the punting tour of the backlots (i.e. the back sides of the many colleges which make up this beautiful ...
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Catching the commuter ferry from Rose Bay into Circular Quay in Sydney
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Steve making a beach umbrella out of my brolly, ...
... where he had been a student. The admission to the college was free and we enjoyed walking through the gardens.
Clare College is next to Kings College Chapel and is one of the smaller colleges which have less tourists then Trinity, Kings and St Johns. The Chapel here is nice but the gardens are beautiful with lovely views. The bridge over the river Cam is a nice place to overlook the gardens and the river.
The famous gardens at ...