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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... T-shirt, listening to music on his mobile phone. It seems to capture the diversity of my experiences in South Asia. From the spiritual and ancient to the modern and secular. I have seen the fish markets of the Indian Ocean and tea plantations in Sri Lanka, the Hindu temples and waterways of South India and the wonderful mountains and people of Nepal. What a fabulous adventure I have had over the past nine weeks or so. I can't wait for the next ...
... makes them happy, and i love that i have the ability to get that same level of happiness just from looking around on my own.
I get to see things through my eyes without someone else telling me what to see, which is a rare thing to get the chance to do.
I walked and walked today, helping people with charging, taking photos and directions along the way. I walked so far in fact, ...
... have been shared in this meadowland. The church was locked but we were still able to appreciate its calm personality. Later on, we established that the church has no running water or power and is only used for services during a six month cycle ending with the recent Harvest Festival. Now it lays cosily dormant like the other animals in the field who hibernate through the winter months.
By footpath we were able to carry on down into Badwell Ash ...
... Constable. Jackie and I stopped for a coffee and something sweet, Then we joined a guided walk with a docent from The National Trust, who took us to various spots around the mill. She had copies of the paintings that Constable made from those spots. Following along again on the path thru the fields and past the sheep and cows, we arrived at Dedham. Dedham is the quintessential English village. After a drink we determined that ...
... route. However I still ended up on the main road for the last few miles into town. Great Baddow is a bit out of town. It has two pubs, an undertaker and two hideous blocks of council flats. I spent ages outside Rothmans B&B trying to find the way in. I opened the gate and there were loads of nursery school kids running around, so I backed out hastily! On phoning Peter, my host, he explained that he rents out his garden to the nursery ...