What better way to top a week of antics with a shotgun trip down to Oxford to catch up with your lovely pretentious buddies...
The soundtrack included Chuck Bass's Brit Band
The totally stunning old school lifestyle is fantastic. The bikes, the culture, everything is just a reminder of the people who moulded the world with their academic excellence.
The chap of target was the delightful Ting, dressed for the 80's night that I missed becuase he poisened me.
I was merry, I had my wonderful Banana Republic dress on, the toons were fab. But... I'm allergic to shelled sea food, and sharing his cigar after he had some cheapy crab sticks, nicht good.
Now though, I'm packing for my travels. I have the nicest
book that I'm going to fill with my tales.
There's a local publication which beautifully captures the delicious essence of the Chilterns - The Chilterns Food Magazine.
We had found a spot at Marco Pierre White's Rudloe Arms...
Just outside the gates to Sania's was a wealth of market stalls.
Within the wonderful chaos of Ubud market, we stumbled into Sania's House.
Deep in the hills of the island you'll find Pura Goa Gajah Temple, a 9th Century cave sanctuary.
Utterly serene and the perfect spot to catch up on reading and snoozing...
At the heart of the local village is a cluster of shops. There's a butcher, baker, hairdresser, corner shop, solicitors, gym, post office and charity shop.
This warm dry spring has been lingering for what feels like the longest time.