Rangeworthy Court Hotel
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... home of around 12 years now.
Last time we visited them in France in the midst of their house renovations, we were most impressed with their French language skills. It's quite a leap from French in Action and navigating cafes to ordering stuff from plumbers!
We didn't make it to the Quaker Meeting House in Broad Campden (they're Quakers and Buddhists-- the two sit easily together) but we did squeeze in a walk through town which is de rigeur for any ...
... They apparently even handed out seeding calenders.
If you want to know more about the keep itself, you’ll have to ask Alexis, as she stole my audio tour player by means of asking nicely, and listened to the funny bloke all the rest of the way. Her english grades better be amazing.
We left the castle and ambled about the old town until we found the old Victorian market place, where we bought enough food to give us two homecooked meals. ...
... out on the short walk to meet Chris and his girlfriend at what would be Bristol's equivalent of Brisbane's Southbank (but a bit smaller). A truly delightful night, and what will probably be one of the highlights of our trip, is had by all over dinner as we discuss Chris & Chris's recent trip back to Australia, upcoming travel plans and life in general. So a BIG THANK YOU to Chris and Chris for such a wonderful evening.
... year to save. And we wanted to go, now!
But wait we did, and we waited and waited, and saw each other when we could - at times it would be more than 2 months, and I'm not going to lie it was hard!
Don't get me wrong, we each had a brilliant year. I got a job at a radio station and met some incredible friends. Pete moved back to London and I moved back to my cosy Bristol abode, disrupting my parents sofa arrangement. We graduated, I ...
... house. Follow me.
So we did, going through the old streets of Bristol, getting a running commentary of all we were passing. We also learned that he was a cinematographer, specializing in nature films. He’d recently returned from 6 weeks in the deserts of Algeria filming a documentary of the life of Jesus for The History Channel. En route we passed a tiny pub called The Kings Head, which he said was one of the oldest in all the UK. A great place ...