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What More Could You Want?

AUSTRALIA | Thu, 24 Jan 2019 | By johnsteel | Views [376]

2018 Trip – Amsterdam, Berlin, Dresden, Prague, Edinburgh, Cambridge, London.   A journey with themes – tolerance, walks, art, history, recovery, and of course food and beer.   Amsterdam: Over 30 years later we return ... Read more >

Tags: amsterdam, berlin, cambridge, dalston, dresden, london, prague, stasi museum., stoke newington

Volleyball on Jesus Green

UNITED KINGDOM | Sun, 21 Aug 2011 | By travelcrazed | Views [598]

Sunday started as a lazy morning. Woke up at 11am and had lunch at 3pm. Pasta is a daily staple as it's easy to make. We had spaghetti carbonara and a quick world politics discussion, aided by the map that hung on the wall in their kitchen. Gloria had ... Read more >

Tags: cambridge, jesus green, kings college chapel, punting, st johns

I heart crepes!

UNITED KINGDOM | Sat, 20 Aug 2011 | By travelcrazed | Views [430]

Staying near Parkside in Cambridge is great. It's so close to the city centre and there's always a game of football or cricket on. Gloria and her boyfriend Luca live near Parkside in a cluttered little apartment. Luca, being Italian, grows capsicum and ... Read more >

Tags: al casbah, cambridge, clares college, crepes, kings parade

I forgot that England has cricket - dammit!

UNITED KINGDOM | Fri, 19 Aug 2011 | By travelcrazed | Views [387]

A word of warning: it is incredibly silly to carry 15 kilos of luggage from London Bridge to Victoria. But by doing this I did get to see Westminster Abbey on a beautiful clear summer day. Let off the coach at Cambridge parkside, I had an hour to ... Read more >

Tags: cambridge

Decade party-times, amazing breakfasts & OFSTED!

UNITED KINGDOM | Fri, 20 Mar 2009 | By caitlin_wills | Views [560] | Comments [1]

Decade Party-times, Amazing Breakfasts & OFSTED! Just another update of the past two weeks or so! I actually wrote this about a week ago but having some internet troubles, so expect another installment after the weekend with details of my lovely ... Read more >

Tags: birthday breakfast, cambridge, getting into pubs cheekily

Some Exciting News...

UNITED KINGDOM | Wed, 18 Feb 2009 | By caitlin_wills | Views [601] | Comments [1]

Some Exciting News... Well folks, here it is – Some very exciting news for you all…   (drum roll please...) I officially shaved my legs for the first time this weekend just gone…   They were looking pretty awful but over ... Read more >

Tags: cambridge, house mates, night out

Home Sweet Home!

UNITED KINGDOM | Wed, 11 Feb 2009 | By caitlin_wills | Views [1013]

Home Sweet Home! Hello again! I migrated up to Cambridge/Cambourne/St Neot's last Wednesday which was a task made difficult by the snow/sleat/rain that managed to bring England's public transport system to a virtual stand still!  Oh - and the fallen ... Read more >

Tags: cambourne, cambridge, school

London via Japan

UNITED KINGDOM | Sat, 28 Jun 2003 | By stowaway | Views [1539] | Comments [5]

Hi Everybody, Well, i'm back in London yet again. Had an overnight stopover in Tokyo on the way here, so now i can say i've been to Japan too! From the air it seems to be covered with either rice paddies or golf courses ... Read more >

Tags: cambridge, cambridge, death by gardening, golf courses, london, madame tussauds, millennium wheel, sunburn, tokyo

 

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We stopped to make along the Tsiribihina river and these people were resting. They looked so much a part of their surroundings as the colour of their clothes reflected the foliage round them. The children came over to play with us and were content with simple games and their own curiosity.: by clare-lh, Views[272]
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