The Old Bridge
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What a fabulous day fishing, Paul took us to Waterloo farm, such a beautiful pond and country side. We had a delicious English breakfast and I got to try Black Pudding for the first time. So many huge Carp teasing us all day, till finally we got the catch of the day :) I got the pleasure of pulling it in. We met up with Allen and Jane for tea in a very quaint old Pub the Stags Head in Doddington. They took us on a little tour through Wellingborough on the way ...
... I did the walk up to and including the treetop walk. It was interesting seeing so many deciduous trees, and hearing different birds, but no squirrels. The views up the top were incredible, we could see right back to Northampton. When we got back to the cafe I took Mum on the walk. We then had a well earned bite to eat before heading home to pack. Tonight we moved on to Susie and Paul's place in Burton Latimer. We had a lovely meal of real English Fish And Chips, even with a curry ...
So far my travels have been relatively free of the unnecessary levels of stupidity that I would have expected. I attribute this to a few things: 1. Traveling with people who have been all around the world and back a few times; 2. Traveling with people who are less inclined to drink at the hostel before we go out; 3. The price of alcohol in the UK, particularly Ireland; 4. The fact that I haven't been meeting a heap of new people so far; 5. Because I can actually read a ...
... Caudecotte, it was built to stop flooding the area . We road all the way around this lake which took us 2 hours. I must say I had a hard time keeping up with John in some parts, I take my hat off to him. After lunch John drove us to an old historic town call Stony Stratford. This town goes back as far as the1400s . There ...
... I don’t think most of them are going to bother teaching English for the rest of the year.
On Thursday I had my last day at Lakanal as well, the teachers gave me a chocolate Lindt bell to say thank you for my help over the last year. It’s not as exciting as Liam’s presents, but he’s spent the last six weeks counting down to his leaving – and he’s at his schools twice a week. It was still nice of them to think of getting me ...