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... soil, all those weeks of trying to learn it in that school in Antigua, Guatemala will come flooding back to me - es verdad?
So I have bought a map, (I adore the feel of a real map - it makes it more exciting and real, somehow) a lock for my bag and a small reading torch - enough to be going on with thus far - more tomorrow when I start to get organised properly.
Today's lesson is on impulsive shopping...and I'm not talking about the kind where you go on a holiday and buy a few too many souvenirs. Or even those expensive shoes or dress. I'm talking about the kind when you're standing in Heathrow Airport doing your self serve check in and get curious about the cost of an upgrade to Business Class. You SAY you'll just check it out. You have NO intention of actually doing it. And then when you see it says 659...you ...
... who showed us the original register of burials - a book more than 100 years old. Similarly in Coningsby the local council had a documented diagram of all the graves in their cemetery.
Couldn't have a blog entry without some trivia... The one handed clock on the XV century St Michaels parish church has a 16 foot diameter face painted on the face of the tower and the hand is 9 foot long and is claimed to be the largest in the world.
Roger found 10 ...
... was great to see her looking so well and with 8 weeks to go until her and Matt become new parents there should be another Irish rugby fan in the world! ;-) By 0930 we were calling to the Hess office to catch up with Aggie (the best project administrator there is). A coffee and a chat in the sun at Victoria Embankment Gardens was briefly interrupted by a homeless cockney geezer offering to sell us a bike for £5. "Ere you're a ...
... wonderful contrast.
Cecily and Sarah went to Camden lock one day while Douglas and I went to the Science museum. It was probably a mistake to go to the science museum so soon after being at such a good one in Paris as it seemed that it was pretty much the same materials being shown though I think that I preferred the French one and the set up. It was certainly less busy in France and therefore more relaxing to be in as I felt that I'd time to explore ...