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... challenging in places.
Sunday - Jericho
We moved about half a mile this morning so we are nearer the city centre and St Aldate's Church. We set off for church at ten, giving ourselves 30 minutes to find it. We did get a bit lost and got there 5 minutes late but fortunately they were on St Stephen's time and we made the beginning of the service. It was good to be there and pray with others ...
... of the city. Not to mention an adventure to brag about!
We spent more time walking around, looking at the river the rowers race on and some of the really old buildings. We popped in at a pub for a warm up and a catch up. It was lovely! And Kenny took the bus in so we could all have dinner together. We went to the giraffe, a funky place with good hot food, and laughed our way through dinner. The it was a brisk walk back to the train station and London - bound once ...
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 ...
... the sights, the smells, the food, the sounds, the freedom and of course, the people!
Having spoken to people it sounds like nothing can compare to India and I cannot wait to experience this incredible country myself.
I've packed the essentials (Immodium and some pretty tasty wife-beaters) and am just going to enjoy my last day in the beautiful city of Oxford today.
Bye beautiful people!
After getting off the bus, we passed the Martyr’s Memorial which commemorates the three Protestants burned at the stake in 1555 and 1556 on Broad Street (On Broad Street is a yellow brick cross in the pavement to mark the actual spot). We the headed towards Oxford University. Oxford University was founded in 1167 for English pupils who were kicked out of France by the king. Before then most wealthy parents sent ...