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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 ...
... and she also caught me up with the play she watched and work. It was so nice to get to spend this time with Jen! She is one of my favorite people and feels like family to me! We also have similar life experiences in that she grew up in Chicago close to where I did and both studied in Manchester. Lastly, we both worked at the same company for a few years in London. I am so glad I met her and that we are able ...
... before returning home. I had my regular Sunday nap and rested my hip. Toby watched a Manchester game on TV with Matt. For dinner Matt taught us how to make traditional Yorkshire puddings to accompany a roast dinner. We have had a wonderful brief stay in Cambridge and I encourage everyone to put this place on your bucket list.
Next stop Amsterdam. ...
... around several ring roads of London to the north west of the city.
Arriving around midday we booked into our hotel, Cambridge City Hotel, for our two night stay. People have been living in Cambridge for over 2000 years starting with the Romans in 43 AD. Anglo Saxons, Normans and Vikings also contributed to its history. In 1209 a group of rebel students from Oxford became the early founders of the current University. Thanks ...
... br> Chatting around the boma (campfire) with our fellow volunteers at Shamwari and feeling a bit tipsy
Steve doing his first 5k run in the gym at our hotel in Bangkok
Crossing the road in Saigon, holding onto Steve for dear life and praying we'd make it safely to the other side
Doing an almost 200km detour just to go to Cape Alguhas, the most southerly point in Africa
Listening to Chris Evans' breakfast show streaming whilst I cooked ...