Royal Cambridge Hotel
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... his first wife, the grandeur that was Bury St Edmunds Abbey would still exist. In his crazed destruction of the Monastic system in an effort to divest the old church of its power, all the great centres of learning were obliterated. ....... The Monasteries and Abbeys were situated on previously sacred sites, reflecting their role as important components in the subtle energy system of Britain. The dissolution of this system, and its subsequent ...
... to enjoy less and suffer more, no, we are offering a world of more beauty, more joy, more connection, more love, more fulfilment, more exuberance, more leisure, more music, more dancing, and more celebration. The most inspiring glimpses you've ever had about what human life can be - that is what we are offering. If you can firmly hold the vision of that, you will communicate it as a subtext to your activism. People respond much better to that than to the ...
Well it's been a while since my last blog entry. We are still in the UK awaiting the arrival of our European Camping Card replacement (for the one I unfortunately discarded for baggage weight. No, the card isn’t that extreme, however the book the card was in was excessively so. So we await a card from the Netherlands (10 working days postage … hmmm… "working" may be the operative or “inoperative” word).
Well it has given us time to ...
... to that! After punting, we were walking around and I saw Auntie's Tea Room that our American friend in Galway recommended to us! We had great luck. Everything in that place was good. I had strawberry sensation tea with a scone and later chocolate fudge cake. Everything was made fresh that day and it melted in your mouth. We were very happy and we felt extremely classy. Now we can say we had English low tea! We ventured to The Eagle pub that is famous for hosting many of the ...
... in 37 degrees heat
Visiting Paterson’s creche and planting their veggie garden with pumpkins and cabbages
Seeing all the scooters in Vietnam loaded up with everything from beer to fridges to chickens
Picking out my morning eggs from Marnie's chicken coop
Seeing the dolphins swimming in the ocean just off the beach at Camps Bay, Cape Town
Cycling around Adelaide, the friendliest city I've ever been to
Looking at ...