Travelodge Cambridge Fourwentways
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As it turns out the jet leg didn't hit me too bad. Well, not the first day or so. I have had the joys of not being able to sleep until 4.30am (Saturday night/Sunday morning) and 2.30am last night, but I have used said time productively. Last night I started on my PhD work for this week and had a very useful 2 and a half hours. I planned the beginnings of my first chapter of my PhD, and checked up the secondary literature I ...
Our day started with a tube and train ride to Cambridge to meet up with Grandy's very good friend Mr Paul Caller who had kindly organised the day for us in his home town. Paul met us at the station and after a short ride we go to the town centre. I got my first view of this pretty little town with its really old buildings and great history. Paul explained that this is a university town where many famous students attended. Charles Darwin, Isaac Newton and ...
... it was much different than London. I know I've said that a lot recently but everytime you go from insanely busy city to peaceful town, it's different! We walked through very, very old streets of Cambridge. The university is the 2nd oldest in the United Kingdom and that is probably why we didn't see the scores of tour buses invade Cambridge. We finally found Churchill college and my heart nearly came out of my chest. To say I was nervous (but more excited) was ...
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Getting upgraded to an ensuite pitch at Huskisson Beach campsite, our own shower and toilet!
Seeing the penguins on Boulders Beach
Climbing all the way to the lighthouse at Cape Point and getting our photo at the most south-westerly point in Africa
Taking Daisy the dog for walkies whilst we dog-sat for Maureen and Brian
Treating ourselves to ...
... It is 289 feet long, 40 feet wide and 80 feet tall. The fan vaulting the glory of the building was completed in three years. The installation of the 26 sets of stained glass windows took 30 years. We ended our day by visiting the childrens Heffers book store and the kids got some books to take home to read :-)
Today was the day for Tejas's hair cut! Tejas and Tanvee played in a park ...