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So the last time we wrote we'd picked up Chezza and we were in recovery mode!
So what have we done since then?
Well, Chezza was feeling a lot more alive than what we though she was going to be (jet lag wise) so on Monday Noma and Chezza had a walk into town after I had gone to pick up the hire car. I had already …
... an hour away by train. We had an idyllic day - sunshine, paddling pool, running through the fields, fishing in the river (Thames), Pimms and a long pub lunch. All we needed was lashings of ginger beer and it would have been a Famous Five book!! Just a small aside - Brazil and Croatia are about to run out for the first game of the World Cup - ...
... homes and gardens. I have to say I thought of Thomas Kinkaid and his paintings as we walked through. We stopped in Stowe on the Wold a busy and quite modern town with an old market square complete with stocks. Allen had his hair cut and I browsed a bookshop and had a coffee. We browsed antique shops, looked for a straw hat for Allen but didn't find one and generally enjoyed the town.
... beautiful city, and in fact, the entire city has been chosen as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, because the city is very old and is still well preserved from when the Romans were there and had created the baths all over the city. The river runs over what looks like a huge bath, and the rest of the city is mostly touristy, but it's really not so bad. Me and Jake might try to go back to Bath before the end of our trip once we get back to London.
... story of 1000 year old hollow trees inspiring The Hobbits tree people. None of us wanted to tour the palace so continued on our way to Oxford, and listened to a confusing explanation of the English schooling systems. Apparently there's 38 colleges in Oxford! And there I was thinking it was just Oxford university. I think there must have been exams or something on, as we couldn't get into any of the colleges or squares for a look around. We had though about going ...
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