Blue Boar Witney
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... actually made me happier. Talking to people who had gone. Seeing the Armed Forces come in for a pint. That made me happy. I'm not sure how that works, but I guess life has a strange way of turning itself inside out and fixing things. One thing is for sure, there is no way I'm missing 11/11. Lisa ...
Last day at work ever for Graham and Judith now finished for the long break.
Somewhat apprehensive but looking forward to Hong Kong. Can't believe we're almost off, not to mention the end of 39 years work for Graham. On the downside the next two months will fly!
Many thanks to everyone, friends, family and work mates for the best wishes. We will do our best to keep the blog ...
... before going to bed because they were scared. Natalie and I were both ready to kick them out, but Larry took a different approach. He noticed that one of the boys had a ukulele in room. "Do you play the ukulele?" Larry asked him. The boy said he did, so Larry ordered, "Play her a soothing song." ... Blank faces all around. "You heard me," Larry said, "Play her something soothing so she's not scared." The boy commenced playing ...
A mixed bunch of long haul flights. Rife first one from London to LA was run by air New Zealand, and it was pretty good. Great choice of inflight entertainment, comfortable seats and really lovely flight attendants- they brought round water every hour, so you couldn't get dehydrated. And the food wasn't too bad either. The flip side ...
... the colleges. They assumed they would have women over all the time! Ha. These beautiful mansions are now colleges within the University. The Ashmolean Museum here is also the oldest museum in England. There are such highly protected quadrangles throughout the University as the students needed to be protected from the townspeople as they didn't get along due to the differences between the rich (educated) and poor (uneducated).
At one ...