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... as I remember. Thanks again to Mum and Dad for being our taxi and our tour guides.
A yummy take-away curry for dinner followed by games (of course) completed another lovely day.
P.S. We also saw an amazing street artist who earns a living by creating these masterpieces in the street and collecting money from passers by. The finished one we saw took him nine months to complete (see photo) and he was just starting another one....so cool. ...
... and gave him five pounds. Reciprocity. Back at the hotel: Greg said "Why were you angry with me?" I said I was tired and apologised. But really I was thinking why didn’t you get my psychic message that I wanted you to put down the book you were reading and take me out for dinner. Gee he just doesn’t get my psychic messages – perhaps I should use actual speaking it might help. Agreed forgiveness on both sides Good ...
... was packed with Yorkers and we almost didn't get a table. Richard had pizza and I had Carbonara (hey, I had a long run this morning). Interestingly, we Americans were the only ones who used our little bit of Italian to speak to our waitress, whose English was a bit spotty. Highlight of the night was when the owner's son told Richard he looked like a Texas cop. "But more like a Sheriff, like Walker Texas Ranger". Oh, if he only ...
... The views were great.
The Tour de Fance is coming through York in a few weeks, and the city has a yellow theme to welcome them. Bunting, flowerbeds, hanging pots, and lots of old bicycles, all yellow.
As we were walking down Piccadilly looking for a chocolate shop, we came upon the Merchant Adventurers' Hall, built in 1357. It is the largest timber-framed building in the UK still used for its original ...
... different crops to see what can and can not grow and possibly developing some sort of irrigation system. We are only there for 10 weeks and although another group will be replacing us once we leave, the overall aim is to educate and assist the locals to ensure the work we do is easily sustained once we are gone. I googled Honduras shortly after finding out I will be based there and discovered aspects which made me question my ...