The Lismore Hotel
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... too quickly. The water rushed in, hit the back gate and I went shooting forward into the front gate. Reverse wasn't quite strong enough to stop it. Going down, with the lock emptying is much quicker but has its own tricky bits - keep forward of the cill. If the stern of the boat gets caught on this you can imagine what happens! One sunk boat! There are scary diagrams at each lock. I've posted a photo of it. We went through Somerton Lock, ...
(and in my observational experience, it's rarely necessary to be intelligent or hard working, either).
But it seems I'm unable sell out. I just can't, and I'm starting to worry that that makes me incredibly stupid.
Anyway, it was very shortly after the worst of these rejections that I realised it was time for a ...
... to meet my mom and the lovely Julie B. at a loosely planned meeting time/place. I only had to wait about 4 minutes before the Grand Taxi pulled up, conspicuous only because of the "Hannah!" I heard from behind followed by the emotional sight of my mama waving to me from the window. I had been so tied up in the impending goodbye, I was completely caught off guard by the tears at hello. There really is nothing like seeing your mom and aunt climb out of a cab ...
... final exam results, and our PAs and activities directors all did really well (three 2.1, and one 1.1), so we had a little celebration. Thomas and I taught the Brits the Cupid Shuffle, which they'd never heard of, so they'll be prepared if it gets played tomorrow at the dance. I don't think they were impressed with it, but Thomas and I had fun. The dance tomorrow is a "neon rave" theme. I went out today and found neon pink stretch pants and a glow ...
... on our route. This was very cool and so much more impressive than we all thought- this was worthy of a full day of time, although we could only spend a few hours. We definitely didn't see everything. We had to get moving as we had to be in Banbury by 4-6pm for arrival at our Bed and Breakfast - Uplands House. Far into the country this is a beautiful home beside a farm. We were greeted by the proprietor, Poppy Cooksy, who showed us ...