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Only a Woman Could Understand

MADAGASCAR | Thu, 11 Jun 2009 | By true-claims-stories | Views [1966]

I started to feel some lower abdominal pain while on vacation in Madagascar. It got worse over the weekend, so I went to a gynecologist because I suspected it might be Pelvic Inflammatory Disease due to the IUD I use for contraception. I’m a doctor ... Read more >

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Somewhere between the abandoned Godstow Abbey and the train station is a footpath. Judging by the number of bikes a hiker must avoid being flattened by, it might be called a repurposed highway. 
A student tells me that Lewis Carroll went picnicking with Alice in wonderland along this path.
Godstow Abbey, the burial place of Henry II's famed mistress Rosamund Clifford, was repossessed by Oxford University back in the 1920s. After it was damaged by the Civil War, locals looted its stone. The surrounding area is alleged to be haunted. On a day like this, in the fog, it seems like less of a fiction.
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Somewhere between the abandoned Godstow Abbey and the train station is a footpath. Judging by the number of bikes a hiker must avoid being flattened by, it might be called a repurposed highway. A student tells me that Lewis Carroll went picnicking with Alice in wonderland along this path. Godstow Abbey, the burial place of Henry II's famed mistress Rosamund Clifford, was repossessed by Oxford University back in the 1920s. After it was damaged by the Civil War, locals looted its stone. The surrounding area is alleged to be haunted. On a day like this, in the fog, it seems like less of a fiction. Today the footpath snakes along the Thames River behind a row of quiet terraced houses to nowhere in particular. I decided to follow it.

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