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... used to own the pub and was going that way, so walked us across Port Meadow (big Common outside Oxford) and set us right. Serendipity! Caught a taxi back to Oxford after what can only be described as the worst meal of our trip and escaped to the Ashmolean Museum for the afternoon.
The Ashmolean had an exhibition of drawings from the masters (Michelangelo, Raphael, Titian, Rubens etc.), which was a ...
So wherearewenow - after 12 months in 13 countries, over 40,300 miles traveled, 83 blog posts, 2145 photos taken, and only 1 bus crash - we are home.
What a strange feeling to come back, I think we were both ready for some normality, but that won't last long I am sure! At least we will always have this blog to read ...
... to JamRock - Damian Marley (reminds me of Roots Rock Reggae in Chiang Mai)
- One Man Woman - Paul Anka, My Way - Frank Sinatra and 3 - Britney Spears (all remind me of the AMAZING Chiang Mai Cabaret)
- Come let go - Xavier Rudd
- Wild beasts
- Train - Drops of Jupiter (Dom always sings it)
- Jamie Woon - Especially Spirits and Spiral
... the atmosphere was supercharged with excited youngsters it just made me appreciate how lucky I am coming from a country where you can have a stunning beach to yourself and not have to share it a thousand others.
We left the beach much earier than expected and headed to the quaint New Forest village of Lyndhurst, gosh was it cute. Buildings with thatched roofs and narrow roads and parks with roaming wild horses. It was absolutely beautiful and when I felt the pull to dive into ...
... Oxford University graduate, and so knows everything to do and see and has access to lots of places we can't go by ourselves! He took us around the city a bit more and to his old collage and showed us what life was like there. We went through the grounds, the common room, the residential buildings (but not in the rooms, obviously) and more, and listened to his stories and explanations. And then in the spirit of a true Oxford tradition, we went punting!
Punting is moving a ...