The Bell Hotel & Inn
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... with the earth, with
the landscape can be a loving relationship. Just like us the earth longs for
such love and calls on us to love her. The earth in her love for us helps us
towards illumination and we can help her towards hers. That is the hidden
purpose of pilgrimage - the so called redemption of mankind and nature. The
raising of all to light, wherein light is the manifestation of love"
... he was admitted, costs would kick in. I have to say, we got thorough, sincere and educated care from the get-go. It took them several hours to start getting the pain under control, but the examination progressed from the ER Doc to the surgery team. Then Ron got a CT scan and some blood tests done. By then, they had added codeine and Ron was out.
Early morning brought ...
... to swindon and reuniting with the unofficial family there. It was so lovely to be back, a little strange but so nice to catch up with everyone. i get the feeling that when i return next time it will be very different!
Glastonbury was of course amazing, the highlight being Jack White, as well as Stromae, Scroobious Pip and White lies. It may be my last year there for a while, so i made the most of it and visited many of the smaller stages and saw some random ...
... on all your extremities and throwing up your breakfast on a regular basis with good old cheap doxycycline. For me it's a no brainer and it's doxy all the way; my logic being that I'm Irish and therefore going to burn anyway, at least I'll be able to afford a breakfast to throw up in the first place and I won't end up talking to the empty chair next to me and getting depressed when it doesn't answer (or worse, thinking it does). Antimalarials bought it's then on to the frontline ...
... objects in darkness. It was the most freighting and amazing experience at the same time, it was like being in a horror movie (think saw). The three of us were screaming, laughing and swearing our heads off as we made our way through, the end finale was being chased out by a crazy man with a chain saw. It was done so well we all feared for our lives! As we came down from our adrenaline rush we walked along the Thames river to the tower bridge where we were blessed with ...