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... slightly pathetic view of Oxford. I also went into the Alice in Wonderland shop. I spent a lot if time relaxing and organising myself including budgeting and planning accommodation. I also spent two hours over two nights talking to Morag, my Scottish friend who I stayed with back in March.
I stayed three and a half nights in Oxford in total. Leaving at 3am on my last night to catch a bus to Gatwick airport where my plane departed early Wednesday morning for Munich.
... an actual tavern for lunch. We went to the famous, hidden away turf tavern, which really does have turf growing on the roof. I will of course regale you with what I ate as per usual. I got lamb stew with butternut squash wedges. Absolute delicious hot food considering I was absolutely frozen in Oxford's overcast, damp, chilly willy cocoa pop weather.
Then, we all met back up with Brit at Christ Church College. This was by far ...
... Ryan had gunned down 16 people including his own mother, seriously wounded another 15 people and transformed the lives of everyone who was unlucky enough to be there that day.
According to Sir Charles Pollard, the officer in charge of police operations that day, it had a profound effect far beyond the Berkshire village.
Hungerford is part of a rural community where hunting is a common pastime and many of the people ...
... of bickies, a fabulous book on Hungerford from Barnaby and Kathleen. The first box of chocolate biscuits were devoured over a couple of days after we got back !
We were given a surprise in the way of a couple of drink coasters with Hungerford 2011 and our names on them plus a photo of us all in the Lounge Room. We felt quite humbled by this gesture and were honored to take the gifts home with us to remember our day forever. ...
... Figure out how to teach a class of Kenyan children for 8 weeks
9. Re-pack when nothing fits in my bag
So far I have done none of these things. Especially not stop panicking. I think I'm making myself actually quite ill by worrying that my host family will hate me, or that I'll get bullied by the ...