The Sharnbrook Hotel
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... nothing there. However I was able to buy a copy of the Saturday Independent Newspaper which I have now become addicted to. On the way back I visited the simple Whipsnade Church and once again reflected on the ten commandments which appear in wall panels on the inside. It struck me that number ten, could be exactly the advice we need to switch off the consumer society and have us step back from madly ...
To Camden Markets we go. Coolest t-shirts, best street food, vibrant atmosphere, endless stalls of groovy stuff which just go on and on and on. We spent about five hours here just hanging around, cruising the stalls and people watching. Loving the London vibe! Steve's right boot sole had come adrift in Shanghai and was repaired there so his left sole went out in sympathy 2 days later in Camden! Fortunately, there were a plethora of boot repair places on the high ...
... but I only have a vague idea of where and what the facilities are like. And I know I'm there for, touch wood, ten weeks altogether.
To sum up how I feel about all this? I would say, right this minute, anxiety and nerves are definitely winning over excitement! I think my biggest fears are of being cut off from people at home and not meeting people in Ghana to help reduce this loneliness.
I must be looking forward ...
... so we abandoned boating and went shopping in Uxbridge. Among other things we needed something to drain the gearbox oil into, and we found some plastic jugs in Poundland. Our canopy is really helpful in bad weather, keeping the stern dry, and the wind out.
We tried out the coal inserts in our Morso Squirrel stove, and found they were just slightly too long.
That evening Hugo met a black and white cat on the towpath.
1 lock, 2 miles today ...
... camera to school for the day...
My last school day began with lots of t-shirt signings and excited exchanges of smiles which resulted in all the white tables of the new dining hall being littered with pen marks of every color imaginable.
Lessons, despite many teachers best efforts, were spent giggling over the awkward messages written by boys and trying to disguise the inappropriate images drawn ...