The Pelican Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... spend 2 nights before heading up to Hanoi in Vietnam and joining a 17 day tour with GAdventures through Vietnam and Cambodia. This trip includes a whole host of activities from cookery classes, to historical sites and uses a range of accommodation from a night on a junk boat to sleeper trains and the remainder in hotels. The trip then drops us back off into Bangkok where will have another 2 nights before ...
... excavated. One was able to see the shape and design and get a feel for the space. After this we headed to Oxford only an hour a way and had a great lunch at The Perch which is a famous pub on the outskirts of Oxford. Such incredible grounds. We then took Shira on a drive to where I went to school and lived and then where Mark lived. It was fun to go down memory lane and I still cannot believe I was a student here 25 years ago. ...
... Helen and Louise are sharing a bag too. Toiletries, alcohol and medications are in the boot section of the van, sleeping bags in the roof section, groceries in the cupboard area. It takes ages to get this all sorted...but finally its done and we can get the van repacked. Its not perfect, but we manage to fit three bags and the wheelchair (and the humans) in relative comfort. WE shall see how long this lasts!
... that NZ is the only place in the world that can make a decent pie.
Some of the most impressive buildings were Christ church college where the inspiration of the Great Hall in harry potter came from. We tried to get in but it was closed for exams so photos from the outside had to do. The day was beautiful which made the photos really good and we managed to stumble across a rugby field (because only the most sophisticated schools play rugby here) ...
... if people only work when they are "on shift." It can only function properly if people are willing to go the extra mile to help the students and each other.
I went to bed around 1AM. At 5AM my phone rang. At first I thought it was my alarm, so I turned it off, but then I realized that it was too early to be my alarm, so I checked it again and saw I had a missed call. I called the number back, and it was Oonagh, one of our Med Sci teachers. She ...