Travelodge Cambridge Fourwentways
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An English Summer 12 July - 31st August 2015
The last Blog saw us planning our visit to Stratford. The performance of Othello was very enjoyable and, even better, the new Royal Shakespeare Theatre provides the intimacy that we had come to love in the temporary theatre. No one is far from the stage so it is easy to become involved in the action. At school those studying Literature came to Stratford for a week. I loved this experience but really struggled at the theatre. ...
... br> I am literally Rest-Less.
I have found out that if I don't keep myself busy with my endless list of unfinished projects, that I feel quite lost and useless.
Today I felt like a tourist. I wandered the streets, not knowing what to see or what to look at.
I didn't know what was on, or where to go. I ate lunch, and felt bloated. It was very disturbing.
The things that I thought would excite me about ...
... Particularly after hiking in China, I have realised it is a real blessing that we can just put on our hiking boots and cross mountains, fields, coastline and moors free of charge and we don't even have to go very far to experience isolation (and then return again for a pint!). It is a real privilege to live in a country where we can experience most of these things for free and I have always been sadened by the fact that many English people are so quick to get on ...
... gardens of luxembourg) which were gorgeous! Soon it was time for dinner and we found a place to eat near Notre Dame for our last night in Paris.
Unfortunately, Sunday it was time to leave but we our train wasnt until 4pm. We decided to go find macaroons we were desperately searching for to bring back a box to England. This and lunch wasted a good amount of time before it was time to head to the train station and make our way back to Hatfield to being ...
... she thinks she can. 20. What did you least enjoy during your trip? Rachel - overnight trains and insect bites! Paul - Insect bites! 21. What have you learnt about yourself since being away? Rachel - I'm a braver person than I thought I was Paul - That my instincts are normally right. The End We've had the opportunity of a lifetime & one that neither of us will ever forget!! We will treasure this blog and all the memories within it. Lots of love Rach and Paul ...