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CB - steak and chips
JJ - risotto
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SUNDAY 17 MAY 2015
Had breakfast in the van this morning. A little crowded and bloody cold with the doors open. I'm not sure why it feels so much colder this trip than last trip. Maybe its the wind. I know its not really truly winter-like snowing cold, but to me it feels like those days in Wollongong when there is a real bite to the air and you find out its been snowing in Robertson. I am hoping it gets warmer on ...
... already. But the original castle was built soon after the Norman invasion in 1066! There are only parts that remain, but it had many uses, including a role in Civil War. Finally it was a prison, that only closed as late as 1996! Lunch beckoned! After lunch I looked at Christ Church, which over the years has had uses as a university site as well as a church. It is currently ...
... the first Royal Naval ship to arrive in Singapore at the end of the war to find Caroline's father who was a POW in Changi. Hope you like the photos. Just to give you an idea of what it is like on the canal. So tranquil. You only go at a walking pace. Caroline and I walk faster. We had a beautiful meal in town. Haddock and skate. Skate was interesting. It's like a small stingray and you eat the wings? Lots of students ...
In 2008 I finished school and had no idea what to do with myself, a common theme amongst the youth of today. I'd delayed university by a year, simply because I couldn't be bothered at the time, and suddenly I had this huge amount of time to fill. At first I did the usual stuff everyone does having just turned eighteen and completed their A-Levels. All the mates were still around so we spent the summer getting hammered and enjoying our new found freedom. Then as quickly as it had ...
... cafe, mais non!-but at a restaurant Claire chose, The Delaunay, a sleek black-white-and-beige place,newly remodeled, with the feel of a 1930's ocean liner. Only better. And with better food. The freshest--which is to say, the only even vaguely fresh--vegetables I ate in London.
Then the three of us walked and walked across central London, near Covent Garden at one point, closing in on a place where Claire buys tea ...