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... each time they add more fish to the number and if someone loses count of their turn they lose. Then we played Zoomie Zoomie, which is a clapping game like Concentration. Everyone gets a number, and the last person is the Zoomie person. They start the rhythm and call out a number, and then that number person calls out another number, and so on, and if anyone calls out Zoomie the rhythm speeds up. That game was really fun, and by the end of the evening we were ...
... a red rose picked on a summer's morn. We travelled through the little village of Woodstock which is known for glove making. We drove through the Cotswolds - Cot meaning small house and Wold meaning Hill. Very pretty country side. The dry stone walls of yellow Cotswold sandstone are a feature as are the hedgerows. Apparently these hedgerows are really ancient and can be dated by what grows in them. The oldest are at ...
... 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 ...
... life. For example, all students must live at a college whilst studying, they are hand picked through interviews from tudors of the colleges whom they have a one on one lesson with every week. Apparently they only have three semesters of 8 weeks of uni a year - that sounds horrifyingly crammed! Also the college students have to wear full formal attire to their exams otherwise they are not allowed in! The grounds and colleges were ...
... I am not sure if it was because it was New Years Day, or it is just more organised coming from the UK. We were stuck having to buy food in the food car on the train. That was the only down part of our whole Paris experience. It was the worst food I have ever seen or eaten in my life! We basically threw it all in the bin, it was inedible. At least they had wine! We arrived in Oxford early afternoon on New ...
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