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... eat. Just weirded me out a bit. I'm not sure what is going on there.
I took pictures of the Quest for Emma to use in the blog, so I uploaded those when I got back and by then it was time for me to go on shift. It turns out Greg got really sick after lunch and had been throwing up all afternoon. Larry went to Tesco and got him crackers and Sprite, because it turns out the Brits don't have ginger ale. They have ginger beer, which ...
... is supposed to be the case so that if someone wants to go on an overnight trip, they can. So we're going to look at the schedule some more tomorrow.
Emma and I also had to finish getting pictures of a few of the admin team so we could finally start the admin board. The boards have been a headache so far because we haven't had access to the photos we needed. But Greg and Edmund, our other Pembroke Dean, took most of the admin photos yesterday. Emma and ...
... Hmmm - its Sunday - not open. Who doesn't open their markets up on a Sunday? These markets have been going for 500 years. And yet this town looks a little seedy, and dirty, and the markets (well from the outside) look like large corrugated iron buildings complete with rust, dirt and graffiti. They might be fabulous on the inside, but the outside doesn't even look as nice as Paddy's Market in Sydney. Ok, scratch this ...
... wait it out. With so much death, property prices plummeted and upon returning the wealthy intelligentsia bought up lots of the town, much to the distaste of the townspeople. Two students entered a town pub in this climate and complained about the taste of the beer, believing the students had not much to complain about the barman was rude to the students and a fight broke out which ended in an evacuation of all university personnel from the town. ...
... and one or two other things.
After this we checked out and drove into Oxford. The first thing we did was browse in and buy lots of books from the Oxfam Bookshop on St Giles. Then we went on to the Covered Market, home of the famous Oxfordshire lardy cake, venison sausages and much much more. Mum bought some special pies at a butcher/ piemaker's and both of us bought two lardy cakes at a bakery ...
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