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... we readily acknowledge the currents that flow through our oceans, and through our atmosphere, yet what is not so well understood are these earth energy currents which flow through the earth itself as a terrestrial system of circulation. Standing in the grounds of the ruined Abbey for the first time Debby and I had an opportunity to be initiated into the use of dowsing rods before we finished, we took the time to simply be still while Debby ...
The first half of today was dedicated to mapping our way forward. It was lovely to have the benefit of a small sitting room attached to our bedroom where I could lay out all the maps and ink on them the lines where the Mary and Michael energy currents flow. Once this was done I realised that although we are close to finishing our pilgrimage, there is still one key challenge to be faced. Although we have only about one more week of walking ahead of us, we are ...
... Charles Babbage and heaps others.
An interesting fact for the drinking readers. There is a street in Cambridge called Kings St. It has 16 pubs and every year is a competition whereby students have to run the street downing a pint of ale in each pub without spilling or relieving themselves. The winner is the one who makes it to the last pub and downs the last pint. Apparently, by the end students are barely crawling to the pub and hence the phrase a “pub ...
... door to the subway. I'll work on getting out of that comfort zone... Surprisingly no wifi signal in this Starbucks, managed to get a quick signal standing outside so messaged Dave that I'll be at the Starbucks, fingers crossed that this is the only one in Cambridge. So there were multiple Starbucks of course, luckily checked one more time and decided to meet at a pub called The Anchor. Right on The River Cam we had a ...
... up our picnics in our esky for days out at the beach in Sydney
Relaxing and feeling so at home with Maureen and Brian, thinking if this is retirement, then it's pretty cool
Being too late
Swimming in the pool during a rain shower at our hotel in Hoi An
Buying the most awful pair of boots to take on the game reserve...but actually being grateful I got them
Eating deep-fried ice-cream in Phnom Penh
Watching the Sydney ...