The Inn with the Well
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... me is quite taken with the AS but calls time as we near the end. Seeing her reading the book that Helene and Eddie had given us , whilst still in the baths, indicated to me that she'd probably had enough. We set Tim the Pom to direct us to the Royal Crescent here in Bath. We soon arrive at a cobblestoned street running in front of about 30 four storey sandstone terraces with about an acre of lawn in front of it going down a hill. It reminds me of the scene from Oliver when ...
... bustle of Saturday shoppers in this transition town with a "climate commitment". Needless to say, I could only muse at the contrast between the "commitment" and the ardour with which the residents were tackling their weekend consumerism. And of course that in a nutshell is the great problem. The large majority want to cerate a better world with less destructive planetary practices and less waste, but we don't really want to give up ...
... the theory described surprisingly correct my strengths and weaknesses:
Plant: creative and many ideas but not strong in communication or implementing
Monitor: good analyzer but cynical and demotivated
Shaper: goal and change driven but loses quickly interest in ongoing projects
The paradigm seamlessly predicted most of my internal struggles given my position: The Shaper in me has all ...
... that the backdrops had some of the letters from the book written on them. And even better, the actors were walking about the garden before the show and taking pictures with audience members. Carleigh and I went and tried to get a picture but as we nearly made it to a couple of soldiers, we were asked to take our seats. The play was fantastic and quite well done. The whole time Carleigh would lean over to me and she would have the biggest smile on her face. ...
... things like that start to add up. Also ate yummy pizza here.
The Pitts River Museum was a very full, lots of bits and pieces on different cultures from around the world, not sure they were ethically obtained, it was a bit higgledy piggledy. Still interesting to wander round, I liked that they had weird customs not only from ‘exotic’ places but also western culture, such as wig attachments ladies used to put in their hair.