The Upper Reaches Hotel
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... couple of close friends popped round tonight for a final goodbye and that was really rather touching. I will stay in touch with them while I'm out there and miss them all dearly. My mum has always said since I was young that when we turned 18 we had to leave home, so at 22 I really feel I'm overstaying my welcome! However, Mum and Dad gave me such a lovely gift to take away, it's a coin of St Christopher (patron St of travelling) with a lovely message engraved in the back ...
Well this was a perfect example of how not to be a good Wwoof host. I shan't name the place I stayed, as I know I'm about to be quite rude about it!
I left Suffolk with a good 8 inches of snow on the ground, and was a little worried about the journey as, according to reports on the news, the whole country was coming to a gradual standstill because of the snow. I needn't have worried. After the first couple of miles of driving at 10 mph on ungritted minor roads the ...
So good evenin, or almos good morning for those who are in France. I beleive thatbI am ready to embark on a formidable journey into tonTanzania. My back pack is ready, 20kg in total, I think, well I weighted myself with the back pack and I deducted from my normal weight, clever don't you think? Anyway I have been checking the weather and at the moment the sunshine ...
... soon turned up so we took that, buying a family day ticket and meandering through the Oxfordshire countryside to our destination.
Abingdon is a historic country market town with an interesting history which you can learn by visiting the Museum in the town centre. It has a tradition of "bun-throwing" on special occasions. Town dignitaries used ...
... nice as long as we had our waterproof jackets. Anyway, we passed the university docks that housed the rowboats and watched a few students practice their rowing. Every once in a while we would pass a lock or a pub that would only add to the atmosphere.
We enjoyed the beauty of the Thames until we finally reached our destination. As we arrived it seemed as if we had walked into a hurricane. It was not because of the rain, but the wind was so strong it was ...