Travelodge Bicester Cherwell Valley M40
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... to our houseboats. long and thin, almost like a covered canoe. They were really cute, I would have loved to see inside, I imagine they would be a bit like a caravan. One of my must do's while in Oxford was to eat at Jamie's, the original Jamie's Italian. The only problem was, we didn't have a decent map or wifi, so wasn't sure how to find it, considering I didn't even know the address. I had sort of given up, and just thought ...
... Jen and Julie and I woke up at about 9 am. Sally cooked up a lovely breakfast of scrambled eggs, bacon and toast. I had a shower to freshen up before our long journey. We went over to Sam's house and picked up the boys at 10:15. From there we popped into Aylesbury to find a bank about 8 miles away. Back to Wendover and its woods. This is a very popular destination for families and kids. There is a high ropes course as well as walking trails.
We bought coffee and ...
... long story short (a VERY long story short) we firstly caught a plane from Sydney to Hong Kong, which took 7 hours. Then after waiting for 7 very long hours we caught a plane from Hong Kong to Helsinki, which took 11 hours, and finally we caught a 3 hour plane trip from Helsinki to London. Once arriving to London we caught some speed trains to Paddington and then Oxford. According to my calculations, 34 hours since we left Sydney ( which seemed like a year ...
... cold outside. To give you an idea, take 30C degrees away from the Brisbane weather. Oh and no sunlight, just clouds and rain and fog. The more time I spent in London, however; the more I started to enjoy it. Having a different accent is a good enough excuse to strike up a conversation with the locals and make new friends; something that I quickly learned to be invaluable. They know their own city ...
... coaching Larry's son about how to woo Katherine Basker, Jim's youngest daughter. They are the same age, and apparently they have always kind of liked each other. Pete recommended chocolates as a goodbye gift. When Andy, Will, Caitlin, and I got back to Pembroke, Katherine and her mom were there getting ready to leave. Larry and Jacob came in to get their bags, and sure enough Jacob had a little bag in his hand. He walked up to Katherine without looking at her ...