The Wyndham Arms
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... they were so quick! But I was very excited. Evelyn laughed at me because she'd already seen many squirrels during her exchange and travels but I was then on constant lookout for squirrels. We explored the Victorian mansion area which was redesigned by the famous William Burges in the 19th century in a very strange style. The designer was high on opium for most of his life so the designs are pretty crazy but I really liked it, especially the library. Carvings ...
... in 3 weeks I will be saying my goodbyes and leaving for the airport. Tissues will have to be at the ready! My mum has been an absolute doll helping me organise my bag (even if we do bicker, if it wasn't for her I would have packed a massive towel and fluffy socks!). So after going out on the town last night and bumping into mum and Oliver (drinking a few too many drinks), me and mum spent a couple of hours packing my bag too see if I ...
... some dressed as various doctors and little kids dressed as daleks and cyber men. Peter Capaldi (the new doctor), Jenna Coleman (the companion) and Steven Moffat (writer/producer) plus some new actor were scheduled to arrive at 11am. It was 11.15am and they were a no show so far but we did get to meet some cyber men and daleks. Both types of creature came right up to the audience and frightened some kids including the boy in front of me. Finally, ...
... Visited the city centre which isn't particularly memorable and spent a day walking the coastal path from Newport to Cardiff. It was nice to stride out in the sunshine and get a bit of exercise though it isn't the most inspiring part of the coastal path network. It runs alongside the Bristol Channel which is really muddy at low tide and the surrounding land is flat and ...
... hours there drinking in the spectacular views.
The Aarti ceremony in Varanasi. I felt honoured to be part of the ceremony. Whilst I realise is is less spiritual than it perhaps should be because of its location, it was uplifting to see so many people with faith come for the ritual.
Going for a cruise in Udaipur - not on the water either. The young boy racer tuk tuk driver with a very stylish set of wheels ...
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