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Our adventure begins with a very traffic-free drive down the M4 to Heathrow. After lots of chatting and swapping of sweets I realised that I had left something very important behind, on a chair in Whitchurch Primary School's staffroom. I had been very organised, surprising myself with my precision and attention to detail by arranging every ticket, ...
... go to markets more often. Sadly ours don’t have the kind of stalls filled to the brim with hats and vests, run by a smartly dressed gent I couldn’t help but compliment on his dashing appearance, and who was so very nice to blush for me.
After taking the groceries back and finding out tomorrow was going to be rainy, we hopped in the car to go visit St Fagans National History Museum, from this point on known as Welsh Bokrijk. The main thing ...
scholars, cooks, accountants; yet, moreover, I think, importantly, there was a sense
of community and purpose with the opportunity for learning and betterment. And peace, free from the clatter of the
It is easy to point
out corruption and nepotism, but my sense is there was a great social function
served by these houses, and during ...
... and instead speaks to the mystical and poetic in human nature.'
With the prospect of Glastonbury wet on our lips we walk on our merry way. There is something about walking as being the right way to move through the landscape, but also the right way to approach new places. We have the time to acclimatise to a new environment. Approaching Glastonbury through a series of fields, we find people in the early stages of setting up for ...