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... world? Big question, if not a long one! But a good question nonetheless. Why not?! I have nothing to run away from so that bit was easy to answer. But escape....now there's a thought :-) I predict that, although I will enjoy this experience, I will understand and begin to appreciate the brilliance and freedom we experience in the UK compared to other countries even though we take it for ...
Here we are in Malmesbury, the "Queen of the hilltop towns" and reportedly the place of the oldest continuous settlement in England. King Athelstan died here in 709 and was buried in the Abbey, which is virtually next door to where we are staying in a home exchange organised by Trish and Ray.
It's an old house, over three levels and quite comfortable despite its plumbing issues.
We all love Malmesbury. The ...
... obvious that it was more of industrial/ shipping town. Dover was a strange town with not much to it. We walked around a little bit and explored. Then we headed to the cliffs. They were absolutely beautiful! It was such a fun day. We didn't tour Dover Castle which is kind of a bummer, but we just didn't have time. But it was cool from the outside! Anyways, it was great weekend. Only one more month left, woah..
Off to France,
... We sampled some Italian seitan and a few other bits and pieces. Then we went out into the open air section with rows of stalls and cafes. We started with some empanada and spicy chips, had some pasties, then grabbed a couple of vegan beers! It was quite a treat to have a pint at a festival, most times we have to pass as they aren’t vegan! There was a Scottish fellow in a full kilt and outfit with his vegan jacket ...
... Avonmouth, missing the M48/Severn Bridge into Wales by meters. Lyanne told me to take a picture, since that was the closest I'd get to Wales with her. Haha. So, I have a random picture of a bridge with half of the car in the picture which you'll see- so you know now. We had the exhilarating pleasure of driving past the docks. It was so amazing I can't even remember what was there. We finally got back to the M5 and life was grand.
Now I sit here enjoying the silence as the kids ...