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Saturday in England, it must be Bath Driving into this town that is a least 2000 years old takes your breath away. A lot of the buildings are sandstone and the whole town is apparently on the UN ESCO world heritage list. After finding parking near the river we take the short stroll into the ancient town. We find the tourist information and get the Red bus map and set off into the busy streets. Bath Abbey is on one side of the square. There is a sign saying a Norman tower stood on ...
I have felt included in so many ways during my stay, meeting
her friends, and participating in her regular activities. That sense of
belonging and community, even if it must shift again and again as I travel, is
vital to my well-being. And as though that weren’t enough, almost every day she
pops me in the car to take me to yet another site which is saturated ...
... sounds British. .
Rosemary is a vicar’s widow, and is very involved in the village
Anglican church. We have interesting conversations about religion and the gay
issue. There are two gay couples living nearby, one of which attended the
service on Sunday. It is hard for her to imagine the kind of fundamentalism I came
out of, and the ways that issue is handled in ...
Now that I am in rural England, I can see that my experience
in London was one of dislocation. I grabbed up as many bits of beauty as I saw,
and my visit to Notting Hill showed there are intimate, artistic areas in the
city. Yes, I visited the Notting Hill Bookshop and found two books in their fabulous collection. Once on the train though, as the landscape gave way to gentle hillocks
and beech trees, and green of every hue, I felt delight ...
... charges applied). While the minivan may come in handy once we’re in Wales, as we can ferry people around (two years ago, with only one small car for nine people, we were sold on the idea of renting for the next trip to Manorbier), I’m a little nervous about its size on European roads and especially in small country towns, which will undoubtedly be our bread and butter for the ...