Stonehenge is pretty awesome! And it’s something that not all Londoners have visited (true fact, because I asked one of my co-workers and she was all like “REALLEH?”)
On the last leg of our full-day tour, we landed in Bath and ran around the town in a light spring rain.
One of the most common mistakes a tourist will make is to confuse Tower Bridge with London Bridge. I made such a mistake, but thank goodness for learning from Google in the comfort of my blankets.
My apologies, but the hiatus was unexpected for me, too.
We came down from the mountain thinking that we’d missed an opportunity to attend service in one of Scotland’s cathedrals, but then we took a random turn down a random street and somehow came across this. God works in fun ways.
Although the school year in the UK is much more spread out than the Canadian school year (we started 1 September and will proceed until 21 July) there are a few more extended holidays in the school year, giving Jack and I the opportunity to explore other countries nearby. First stop at the first half-break…