Nags Head Hotel
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... and then made our way to a pub on the little river running through town for dinner. We were going to go "punting" which is kind of like a gondola and its popular for Cambridge, but we didnt have enough time. Austin and I are hoping to go back near the end of the month to do that and see more things we weren't able to see! I finally had fish and chips at dinner and it was so good! After dinner we went and found some gelato which was ...
Saturday July 13. Sitting at Athens Airport waiting for the connecting flight to London. Out of Santorini on time, so far a smooth transit. Like clockwork, enough time to pick up a bottle of Metaxa and a single malt (for David, of course) before boarding, and take-off on time. Aegean manage to provide an unappealing, yet tasty lunch of meatballs (origin unknown) washed down by a Peloponnese white. So looking forward to seeing David and Allison, meeting Nala the vicious, a pub, ...
Once in Dover, it is a short, and almost traffic free (well it is only 8:00 Sunday morning!) drive to the Caravan and Camping Club site at St Neots, to meet up with Gary, Susana and Gabriel.
Here are the "boys", it ...
Tara is a "Swallow" or at least that is the name given to the tribe of pommies who follow the summers of the UK and NZ. Tara spends 6 months in each country and actually landed at Heathrow only 5 days before us. She was effectively camping out herself in her house in St Neots, having acquired it back from her tenant so that she could do it up. Consequently it ...
... our practice exercise, which was to go film interviews with students while asking them about aphrodisiacs (something my teacher assigned, I should point out). There's nothing like some awkward conversations with strangers to make you bond with your group.
After coming back to the class, our technical assistant, which is just someone that teaches us how to use the equipment, came up to us and told us how he was just ...