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On Wednesday 3rd of September I started off on my latest adventure, coast to coast of Canada.
Because of the early check-in time on the Thursday I decided to stay at Gatwick overnight so I booked a room in the Bloc Hotel at the South Terminal, which could only be described as an on-suite box!
... set of locals said that we had ages more to walk. Sitting, "contemplating", our 1st world problems when what can only be described as an oversized leprechaun (? the english version) walked around the corner and upon seeing Bill looking glum asked "And what are you doing - minding the corner for us?". Upon telling him that we were trying to get to the Perch for lunch, he jumped back exclaiming "Really?". Turned ...
... was listening to these songs when I got my tattoo done)
- Aerosmith - Crying (another favourite of the bands in Kathmandu)
- Dire Straits - Sultans of Swing, Pink Floyd - Wish you were here (more songs that remind me of Thamel and Strings band)
- Bob Marley - Buffalo soldier (Bhakti our trekking guide played it all the time)
- John Mayer - ...
... We spent the evening having a few drinks and dinner on the trendy Oxforrd St home to independant restaurants, pubs and bard. It had some dodgy streets in the walk home to the hotel, but honestly what city doesnt?
The next day we figured we should make the most of the warm weather and head to nearby Bournemouth for a taste of the traditional British seaside resort. It was really quaint with the little coloured changing cabins for hire, stripy deck chairs and a sead f wind ...
... moment, so there were lots of students around, either joyfully announcing that they had finished or frantically cramming for their last exams.
We were a bit gloomy after this, and although we agreed that the buildings were nice what we wanted was to get a taste of the proper Oxford University, and not the touristy buildings. Enter the saviour of our day - Robin! He finally arrived and caught up with us outside the library, and proceeded to fix everything. Robin is ...