The White Hart
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... to a sweet shop Alex's eye nearly turned into heart shapes as he strolled around the shop oohing and ahhing at the variety of candy in the end he settled for a gobstopper and I got the same. There was some human statues and we had pasties for lunch. We then went to the canal and saw some cool barges. All the streets were very old and were only made of tiles. We then headed off to Buckingham for another ...
... folk festival on. There were groups of people with painted faces, dressed up in traditional folk clothes dancing and singing, they almost looked like jesters, and they all had bells on so when they moved or walked they jingled - it didn't take long for that to get old though! At 2pm we had a walking tour of Oxford, the group split into two younger and orders. The tour guide we had was wonderful she was fast paced but gave us a good insight into the ...
Today we set off early and drove to Stowe House to meet up with our friends for our annual TWITs trip.
Stowe House Gardens are owned by National Trust and they have just spent £3m ,of our money ;-), renovating New Inn and the cafe/shop/ office areas. It was pouring as we drove down and the paths from the car park were muddy but after a nice lunch in the cafe the rain had eased so we set off to walk around the gardens.
We walked around the Grecian Valley ...
Met up with my dear friend Natalie, my former roomie from My 2006 Tibet tour. She just finished with her joint law and finance degree from Oxford! Now she is off to teach English law in China after a three week trip through the Silk Road route. By the end of the year she will add Russian and Mandarin to her plethora of languages...all before the age of ...
Although the life in classrooms seems mundane compared to the early part of this trip, I realize I haven't given due attention to the weeks spent here in Oxford. I know that soon enough I will be tramping through wet and wild Loch Lomond and Lough Derg so I'll get my more subtle descriptions in now while it is merely cloudy.
For the past two weeks, I've gotten up at 5:30 and after tea and toast make my way to the bus by 6:30. Bernie, my landlord, is anxious to ...