The Upper Reaches Hotel
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After a rather emotional week saying goodbye to family and friends it is the final count down now...less than 12 hours to go. On Monday night my parents kindly threw a farewell shindig where I could say good bye to the girls and family friends and it was fabulous. We sipped champagne and ate finger-bowl food of sausage and mash and fish and chips (truly British). Bryony came back to surprise me too but I knew she would be there as she wouldn't have missed it - if only for the ...
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 ...
... of people there. It was not heated at all, so most people kept their coats on during the whole service. Good sermon on greeting the new year. The pipe organ was enthralling and filled the whole of the church. There was biscuits (cookies), coffee, tea and sherry afterward. Jim was so cold that he had coffee and didn't even mind that they put milk in it. ...
... 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 ...
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- "Oh look Seb Pooh eco trekking tehe" - Cristina. "Cristina that's not how you spell poo" - me, "Oh really?..." - Cristina
- I had a dream where Whitney Houston and I were driving a Citroen Saxo away from Bobby Brown who was chasing us" - ...