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... Botanical Gardens and the nearby Sheffield General Cemetery. Avery was pumped for the cemetery because she studies mortuary archaeology. It has actually been closed since the 70's and is quite overgrown with headstones knocked over and such, but made for an interesting experience. The British apparently don't like to think about death much and tend to put cemeteries on the outskirts of town. Later that weekend, we happened across a cultural fest and grabbed some authentic dutch ...
... it! You have to commit and go for it apparently!! Anyway, got a train and two planes to go before we get there! I really enjoyed writing my blog when we went to Sri Lanka and a lot of you said you enjoyed reading it so that's why I'm doing it again! Hopefully the wifi will be good throughout the trip so I can update you all on our Asian adventure! Kirsty ...
... thinking and doing and hoping for...and fearing... The ruined abbey is there as a result of the beloved king I keep hearing about all over England and Scotland - Henry VIII and his order to demolish abbeys - we can only imagine the impact of the demolition of a whole lifestyle for so many people right here in York. I headed to the museum for some education, contributed to the donation box as usual and, as I walked through the entry, ...
... our destination. We eventually found a pub not far away and had another pub food lunch, this time a Surf and Turf which was very ordinary.
At 3-30pm. we arrived at Helen's to be greeted effusively. Helen was in the Class of '82 and is now a Course Director in the Psychology Department at Leeds University. She and her husband Ben are wonderful hosts. The rest of the night was lovely. As it was our anniversary we had some bubbly and then they served us ...
... if you like. Well that doesn't go entirely to plan. Firstly we get seduced by the signs and head off towards the visitor centre, which we already know is carefully out of sight of the stones. Then after doing a U-turn on some MOD land we hit a queue on the A303. This turns out to be lucky because, as we pass the stones in the distance and I try and grab a photo, Stu's camera shuts down with an empty battery, then my camera refuses to fire up despite working fine 5 ...