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... universities high in a tree that overhangs the river was a NZ flag. The guide in the boat in front of us completely doesn't suck his head passing under one of the concrete bridges and greets it with a loud "whack". It happens so much in slow motion I do wonder if it was for comic relief in a last ditch to redeem himself from his terrible jokes. Luckily he was okay - and didn't fall out of ...
... my car in the long term parking lot for 4 months was going to result in a dead battery. I had the phone number of the auto shop all written down in preparation because rumor has it they do free battery jumps in the local area. What I don’t expect is to get back to England, to a dead car, and to find that my UK pay as you go phone (which worked perfectly fine before I left) for some strange reason can receive calls but can no longer make them. ...
On Friday it was back into the driving seat and heading for Thetford, to meet up with Albert's son Robert and his girlfriend, Amy, as well as spending a day with my diary friend, Annie. On the way, we went via Boston and had lunch with my cousin Joy and her husband Raymond.
Apart from one long delay for roadworks, the journey went well, through flat fen country mostly then into the land of flint and pebble houses and walls.
Our hotel was at Hillborough because we hadn't been able ...
I know there are a lot of entries for this day, but it was just a magical day! We continued to walk into the newer parts of the campus and finaly arrived at the New Court. The biggest feature there is the Darwin Garden. This was also part of the Darwin 200th Anniversary and is landscaped only with plants of ...
A good start to the day with a fry-up provided by Paul then it was time to leave Jennifer, Keith, Paola and Paul and get on my way on this bright warm sunny day. Local traffic was a bit busy and I found the climb between G Shelford and Fulbourn quite a hard slog. But I was still optimistic, as soon it was downhill to the flat plain and easier riding. There were a few attractive villages such as Swaffham Bulbeck but after that Burwell, Fordham and Freckenham ...