Sibson Inn Hotel
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Well well well it's come to the end of my first week! It honestly feels as though I've been here for a month....
Everyone at The Peterborough School has been extremely kind and welcoming, making sure we have enough food, warmth and sleep, though the latter two are proving a tad deprived! Jetlag is still a pain, and the cold is certainly not to be trifled with!!
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Well here we are - freezing our butts off on the other side of the world!! After arriving at 5:30 on the coldest day of the winter so far, we moved into our house, The Lodge, and then went on a tour of Peterborough (pretty much just to see the shops!!). Yesterday was staff inductions, and today was the first day of school for 2015. I'm helping a lot in both the Prep school and senior school, and everyone has been incredibly kind.
... clothes until the rain eases off. Will look round tomorrow morning, if it is dry.
Strange experience when went down for dinner, as short extracts from a hymn was played from time to time for a large group, which at first looked like a wedding but then I was told it was a prom.
41 miles today making a total of 521 miles or 833km. Next three days expected to be much harder, as a lot more climbing and will be turning into the ...
... lots of rabbits including two black ones.
Fri 15th July
A hot day. The Nene Valley Railway had a steam engine going up and down with no carriages – possibly a driver training course. Also about ten parachutes dropped out of an aeroplane not far away. We visited Ferry meadows, where there are two mooring pontoons in Overton Lake – maybe we’ll use them on the way back. Then we passed Peterborough Yacht Club, which looked ...
... sea." It was cool to think about my dad walking those same streets, possibly even drinking at the same pubs, 40 odd years ago. There is a lot of history (not just my own father’s!) in Cambridge- Sir Issac Newton, Darwin, and lots of others studied there.
I went back to Christian’s, where he was busy working on his speech and getting ready. At 7, I headed down to the Pickerel to meet up with Kit. We had a couple pints of cider and sat around ...