Royal Cambridge Hotel
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(1) My hat and scarf. As you may have noticed, they were very attached to my head and neck. In fact, I am surprised the hat didn't need to be surgically removed when I arrived back.
(2) My slippers. Never have my feet been more cosy on a plane, in a house, or in the archives...ok, so I didn't take them into the archives. But I totally wish I had.
(3) My leather jacket. I couldn't decide what coat or coats ...
... about 15 minutes to the resturant and had a lovely dinner although it was super salty! Jen got a glass of wine while I stuck to my peppermint tea! Our walk back was pretty scary because it was super dark and we walked by a church which Jen was convinced was haunted!!! The church bells went off and it was 10:44pm what an odd time for bells to go off! Thankfully, we made it back in one piece and both got ready for ...
... falling off the bike was a constant challenge. Thankfully it was only a short ride before we parked our bikes and continued to explore the streets on foot. I loved trying to ride a bike as it felt like a more personal way to see the main streets of Cambridge.
Jye - I bought you another postcard and I will send it tomorrow.
We then went punting ...
... Phillips at the outdoor Moonlight Cinema in Sydney
Meeting our international group of fellow volunteers at Shamwari and thinking I'd never remember everyone's names and how well everyone spoke English
Planning how we could get our stash of alcohol into the park for the NYE fireworks in Sydney
Feeling like backpackers having lunch on Khao San Road in Bangkok
Cooking dinner on a disposal barbecue on the terrace of our apartment in ...
... and is one of the hardest academic institutions to get into, but then the fortunate student gets to study in the stunning medieval colleges with beautiful garden grounds and views of river cam. Most tourists choose to go to Oxford due to shortage of time but Cambridge remains my favourite as the river runs right through the colleges with the beautiful Backs and it is relaxing watching the punts go by. We all enjoyed our day in Cambridge and I will be back soon as I love the atmosphere ...