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Here we are in Malmesbury, the "Queen of the hilltop towns" and reportedly the place of the oldest continuous settlement in England. King Athelstan died here in 709 and was buried in the Abbey, which is virtually next door to where we are staying in a home exchange organised by Trish and Ray.
It's an old house, over three levels and quite comfortable despite its plumbing issues.
We all love Malmesbury. The ...
... We also had a gander at the Tower of London before catching the underground back to Rich and Jen's place, where I currently sit at their kitchen table! Tomorrow Cory and I are looking to go to Greenwich and Westminster before meeting up with our friend Mark Parsons (another Aussie expat) to try England's favorite meal - Indian!!
By the way - for all the Aussie's who are screaming at my spelling right now - I am practicing American English as I am going to have to get used to it ...
... right in their estimate. Now Swindon's deserted college is being clawed down by massive JCBs. I think it is quite spectacular to walk by each day and watch it disappear, and apparently there are others who watch during the day, I've been told that hoses are used to limit the spread of potentially harmful dust, ...
... were long time friends/workers one about the same age and the other Pablo who is only 31 unmarried and looking for a traditional Italian wife. None of these pick up jobs from the nightclubs he informed us. Very interesting conversations with these three amigos ranging from health care in Thailand, Harry’s parentage (very sad over that one) claims he knows and so do all the others and that is why he wants to fight in Afghanistan as ...
The time had come for us to depart Didcot Parkway for the last time as fare free passengers (thank you First Great Western).
The day began with a meeting at the Prince of Wales opposite the station to say our final farewells; probably the hardest task of our travels. We should be able to conquer most problems but that departure nearly had us getting back off ...