Innkeeper'S Lodge Lichfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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An easy drive up - 150 miles getting 25-27 MPG from the Disco. After the previous escapades with it, a really nice smooth drive getting just above 50mph allowing for a lower gearing. Gearbox light in just a couple of times on some climbs but after a cruise it went out. Nice flat pitches although used wooden block under sink to correct levelling. Sat as ever took a little ...
... br> So yes, it will probably be the biggest challenge I've ever faced in my life, but it will also be the most rewarding and eye opening experience of my life so far! I'm super nervous yet super excited! That's why I wanted to write this blog as a way of expressing the mixed emotions I feel and as a little encouragement for students who are thinking about taking on an international experience as part of their degree! So here goes the start of what I'm sure will be an amazing journey!
We decided to take advantage of the warmer weather this weekend so we headed out to Lichfield on the train. It's a gorgeous little town. The cobbled streets are lined with boutique clothes shops, pubs and cafes with lots of hidden alleyways. The first thing we saw as we hopped off the train was the grand cathedral behind some nearby buildings so we decided to head in that direction. It was just beautiful. I was stunned at ...
To ensure we landed at Heathrow to glorious weather we hauled the sunshine back across the Atlantic Ocean with us and touched down as planned on a sunny Friday afternoon. We immediately headed north to Lichfield, the people of which Samuel Johnson once described as "the most sober, decent people in England" rather generous considering that it was the last place in the country to stop burning people at the stake. (Lonely Planet)
My friends are definitely not testament ...
... instant gravitational pull came. Ginni is part Filipino/Malaysian and my dad grew up in Asia for a while as a child, as well as my eldest cousin living in Japan for three years. Ginni and I have both visited Hong Kong where one of our university friends teaches English and I met him in Thailand earlier this year too. Yet, as with so many people, we still want to go back for more; you have never truly 'done' a destination. (In honesty, around 60% of our reason for ...