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... flat-out having their end of Ox-trad plays, film nights, fashion parades etc. Final formal dinner tomorrow night and then the goodbyes start. Spent the afternoon wandering around Oxford in the heat and have just had dinner at a great Indian restaurant where the waiter was very sympathetic to the plight of the Australian cricket team. All good but I haven't taken a single photo, so here's one of the memorial to the Duke of Wellington, Dublin.
... the first campus dance tomorrow night. Needless to say, tonight was a little hectic, and I was the only dean on duty in the office with Kate and Emma as PAs because Adam and Kelly both had to leave for the weekend. But Larry and Thomas and Tom W. hung out with us, so we had a lot of laughs, and once we closed the office at midnight a bunch of us all just hung out for a while listening to music and goofing around. All the Oxford seniors just ...
... the grounds of the palace to get to the car park and headed to the butterfly house. When we walked inside, I immediately felt at home. By that, I mean it was extremely hot and humid. I soon forgot the heat as I became aware of the lovely butterflies fluttering around and some gorgeous blossoming flowers.
Once back at the house, I got my bus ticket to Northampton tomorrow and we sat around, trying to figure out what do to ...
... or rather the 'cottages' and 'lodges' which all had pretty names, and pet an adorable white pony who came right up to the fence. Similar to Bath, the villages are set in these magnificent valleys so there was always that gorgeous backdrop in the distance. We had a great fresh lunch at a tea room in Stow. The weather turned a couple times but for the most part it was a sunny, crisp autumn day. Our tour guide was this hilarious woman who, someone aptly ...