The Fox Inn
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... As we settled in to our room we reflected that we had walked 27 kms today, one of our longest days. Yet despite the distance Debby had managed admirably and indeed ended mentally strong and happy. Clearly her epiphany of this morning had cleared a blockage and set her up for a much easier time which had nothing to do with the physical challenges of walking. Yet again I am presented another learning opportunity of the mental gymnastics which we have to negotiate on such a pilgrimage. ...
... key at the Holi Festival with the ADs and rather than go back and get it she just wanted us to let her in and out of her room for the afternoon (that answer was no, btw) but other than that it was pretty uneventful. At 4:30 Emma and I got off shift so we went to Tesco to buy ingredients for our Anglo-American food party that we are hosting tonight. I really wanted to make pumpkin pie, and I called around to every grocery store in Oxford but no one carried ...
... the middle of the street that marks the spot where each was burned at the stake for their faith in Jesus. Next we had some free time to wander around Oxford so we visited Balliol College which is one of the 38 colleges that make of the University of Oxford. Founded in 1263, it has a beautiful old world campus. We walked through the campus chapel as well as a lunch room and library. The whole group ...
... A huge tree and layers upon layers of country cottage beds. A veranda to die for with ferns and succulents. Troll bridges and tunnels of ivy, Anne made magic wands and we watched as a bee alighted on the daisy in one of them. A lovely family from Stratford play tennis with Robin as we discuss the independence question and Rangers. The brief spell of rain was more refreshing than inconvenient. We looked in the gardeners room with photographs and an old ...
... and to work out what I wanted to see in more depth.
There are just so many amazingly old and beautiful buildings that I can’t begin to do them justice. I especially liked Christ Church, its grounds and the area near it. This is where Alice lived.. come on, you know Alice… in Wonderland! Yes, that Alice! The story is (it’s true actually) Alice Liddell, her parents and 3 siblings lived in the Deanery of Christ Church as her father was the ...