The Maytime Inn
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... We learned that the red kite is a scavenger, not a hunter, feeding on dead meat. They appear to be doing very well now with the increase in food waste that is being disposed across the country. It was lovely to learn about these birds which draw our attention regularly into the skies with their graceful use of the thermals. Such are the benefits of the long distance walker with time to socialise with strangers.
By 11.30am we were crossing ...
... about that, but the last time I ate Chinese food I ended up really sick, so instead I went to Head of the River pub with Emma and Tom. I got my first fish and chips of the summer! Yay! The three of us agreed that considering how busy we've all been the last few days we should try to make time for everyone to hang out sometime this week once things calm down. I suggested we start planning the American/British junk food party, but we think ...
... people were still out running and participating in sport.
I headed back to the train station to make it back in time for The Lion King but when I got to Paddington Station I couldn't find the train I needed to get to make it to the theatre in time so jumped in a taxi to make sure I didn't miss my show. This was the first taxi I've been in were the passengers are caged in the back.
Oh my, The Lion King was an ...
... noticed most is that now the students are becoming comfortable here, so the politeness factor is dwindling. Now when they come in the office they don't look all shy and nervous and say thank you a dozen times. Now it's "I need a basketball." And today we had a girl come in and walk right through the student area of our office back to our fridge and snack area and start looking at our food. I was like, excuse me! We asked the ...
... 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 ...
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