The Maytime Inn
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... more often than not doesn't result in slowing me down any bit. Most of the time for me, fear shows itself with the constant internal questioning of my decisions both past and future.
Apparently I portray the fearless trait quite well. I seem to manage to continually convince family and friends not to fear for what I may encounter on new adventures, as they believe so strongly that I can ...
... it in the morning. In the moonlight I encountered a moving medium black shape in my back garden. To my surprise it was no a cat, but a large rabbit. After giving up slowly chasing the rabbit around, the rabbit came up to me by itself, interested in smelling my pants. I can't remember the last time that I stroked a rabbit, and it's been a long time since a stroked anything at all. This short friendly encounter was the cherry on an already great day in Oxford.
... of course, to get my Starbucks. So I got to the office around 8:15, even though we didn't have to open up until 9, but I'm glad I was there because a girl was waiting there to leave for London. Her mom had emailed the permission form at 2AM, and the girl was being picked up at 8:45, so there wasn't time to follow the procedure and get the director's approval. I was torn - what should I do? Stop the girl from going because her mom emailed the form late, or ...
... he brought reinforcements to assist with the coffee order. Apparently we were confused the previous night. So on our third evening there we had the two waiters for all courses. You might think we should have ventured elsewhere but these two were way too entertaining. We may have even cracked an invite to a wedding!! I suspect there's not that many people in the village to invite!! In contrast, Oxford feels like you're in the middle of stuff happening. From a distance ...
... lectures given by the university (subject specific, but not class specific). Most degrees take about 3 years to attain and tuition is more than doubled if you wanted to attend Oxford and lived outside of Europe.
It's interesting to note that a lot of famous writers attended Oxford. C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien, for instance. Also, Lewis Carroll (author of Alice in Wonderland) whose real name was Charles Dodgson, was a ...
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