The New Inn
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... called Bibury. The locals had gardens full of beautiful flowers, the village hotel had ivy crawling all over the front, swans and cygnets were swimming and we could even see trout in the river - it was like a little storybook village. After another drive through the countryside and a couple of stories from the driver, we were parking at Bourton on Water...the home of Brum! Brum was even there! But I didn't fancy paying the entrance fee just to see Brum. But ...
... the city) – wonderful displays of the history of the town and area, in chronological order from prehistoric times (large numbers of important Neolithic finds have been made in the area), through, Celtic, Roman, Saxon, Norman, and the more recent years history. The displays include a great range of fantastic artifacts from each era found locally – and especially interesting are all the wonderful Brito-Roman mosaics. Finally we have to leave (our parking payment ...
... It turns out that most of the maps don't have "You are here" signs. So I started walking uo the hill in the direction I read off the map. After a walk of about a mile the area became more residential so I stopped and asked for directions in a little fast food Moroccan joint. It turns out, I was walking in the wrong direction. I finally found my hotel and settled in for the night. I watched a couple of television programs on the BBC but ...
... lock, King’s Lock we met a couple on a boat called Ghosties, painted black, with a large skull and crossbones flag flying from the stern. The lock keeper was absent, so we operated the lock ourselves. This one is manual, with wheels to raise the paddles. As we were going down, Ghosties got caught up on the steps in the lock and started to list badly. We had to close the paddles quickly and let some more water in from the top to float the boat off.
... on Copacabana...all day long!
11. The Amazon....feeling like an insignificant speck whilst being in the middle of the world's largest rainforest and largest river, listening to whistleing bears and grunting birds.
12. Sumatra....tracking down wild orang-utans in the Sumatran jungle....such beautiful animals.
13. The Great Wall.....clambering up and down, and up and down, and up and down for hours. It's exhausting work, but the views are fantastic.