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... whom the town was named. Other nearby Roman settlements, such as Cirencester, this is evident when you look at a road map and see the diagonally straight roads radiating out of town, directly towards other settlements of Swindon, Gloucester and Leicester.
Tomorrow, we finish our driving trip in London. We have a few nights in London to psyche ourselves up for the two night return flight to home.
Graeme & ...
... here function similarly to our hallway divisions in the dorms – PG3R, PG3C, PG3L, and so on. Our program office is located in Staircase 8, which is just around the corner from me. This will come in handy on the nights when I pull the midnight shift covering the office. The quads are all beautifully groomed, with golf-greens style grass that you're not allowed to walk on and flower gardens edging all of the buildings. I have some particularly lovely ...
So why am I so upset? We've just had an amazing summer. I love my life and the people who fill it. I know I enjoy my job so why am I such a miserable little bugger? Is my period due? Have I...have I been spoilt by Europe?
I'm hoping all this will pass and that I'll find some sort of catharsis whilst writing this blog. So for now Reader, you're my new travel partner and you've got some pretty big flip-flops to fill.
... a child. We walked through the village and on to the Trout for lunch. We didn’t have a reservation but luckily managed to get a table. I was amazed how crowded it was on a cold winter’s day! We had fish and chips, which was very nice, but again the restaurant was so overheated it was quite uncomfortable. Do the English like being very hot while eating, sleeping and shopping? Everywhere was so hot we had to wear thin ...
I'm still at home at the moment. By my own standards, and maybe for others too, I have made a monumentous decision and resigned from a very well paid job and good conventional future. At 46yo I have waited since my teens to travel independently and now with the combination of courage, some funds and a touch of madness (according to others) I am going. I have a one way ticket to Mexico City and I am ******** myself.