Premier Inn Cambridge - A14 J32
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... broken cases, the ruined shoes, the lost comb ( I think I might have spared you that one)).
So, the final night in the biggest bed in the world (not just the Southern Hemisphere), down to the cafe for croissants etc and to use the free wifi there to send off the blog. Can't believe our most expensive hotel in one of the most technically adept countries in the world (not just the s.........) charges for wifi in the room. Not quite as much as they charge ...
... the Music Festival Awards Ceremony that night - in which I was quite heavily involved. I helped a lot, played in the orchestras, and actually quite enjoyed myself :)
On the Friday just gone, the school held and 'Appeals Day', in which all the students, with their form group, ran an activity or stall in order to raise money for charity. Wearing free dress and carrying many pound coins, we all spent the day eating junk ...
... and a big stick for the beach in Exmouth
Cursing all the damn hills around Bondi and Dover Heights
Going to yoga and growing to love it
Going out on a night drive at Shamwari and spotting the cheetahs out hunting, and the hippos too
Sneakily spending a day by the pool at a certain 5* Camps Bay hotel even though we weren't guests
Having dinner at the Barbecue Garden restaurant in Saigon and needing help to know what to do
... the stop. We got off at the next stop, west side of the town, faraway from tourist areas. This is not bad, as we had lunch in a student diner. Strange food, certainly not delicious, but at least healthy with vegetables and whole-grain bread.
The walk around Cambridge was interesting; we actually only visited Charity shops, used goods. Antiques, old stuffs, that's what I was looking for in an old town! But nothing found. The streets were ...
... friends really enjoyed the museum and I would recommend this to any visitor to Cambridge for the wonderful example of British collections. If you need refreshments there is café and shop. The entry to the museum is free but there is a donation box just before you leave, which goes to maintaining the beautiful Artefacts.
We then strolled to the Market square which has open air stalls of flowers, fruit, clothes, sweets, records, souvenirs and arts & crafts, old bric ...