I won’t be taking dips in the river for sometime 🙂
My trip to Europe is a great escape. While it is too hot in the Philippines, people in the UK are wearing thick clothing. It is relatively cold here and therefore I don’t need to bathe in the river 😉
Anyway, on to my adventures here. Behind me is the Salisbury Cathedral. I have often wondered why it is visited by over half a million people a year! Now I know why: Aside from being an old church (over 750 years old!), it is home to Europe’s oldest working clock (more than 600 years old!) and the world’s best preserved original Magna Carta, and it has Britain’s tallest church spire.
Yep, you’re reading it right, my dear readers. I am in England! It’s too cold here, but a carabao has thick skin so I manage 😉
Behind me is the world-famous Stonehenge, a prehistoric monument in Wiltshire, England. It is a ring of standing stones. I wonder how the early English people have managed to erect these stones in this manner.
The Stonehenge is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Historians say it could have been a burial ground. What do you think?
Well, I leave you for now. I hope you stay tuned for more of my adventures in the UK!