3...the conference hall. where church, lectures, and crazy running around games happen
4...a thingy in the fence that you can climb over to get to another pasture
5...the ceiling above the castle lobby area
6...the castle from the pasture
7...this picture doesn't give the view any justice at all. there's sheep and cows all over that far hill. it's amazing. really. even though it doesn't look amazing. :)
To get to room 15, you go up the main big staircase, through a door, down a few steps, and my room is to the right. I'm not kidding when I say you can get lost in the castle.
I have a French roommate, a German roommate, and a British Roommate. Hannah, Doro, and Deborah...respecitively.
It's funny how I keep finding little things that I've read about in lots of British books, but never really thought about or hoped to experience.
I finally know what Digory's house was like in The Magician's Nephew...all connected to the other houses. It really is like 3 or 4 double story brick houses squished together side by side.
I tried ginger beer. No...not ginger ale, or beer. It's a soft drink that's ginger flavored. It was deliciousness actually.
And today for dessert at dinner (lunch) we had cake with custard. And not cake as in chocolate frosted sugar. But more like cobbler topping with some berries in it type cake. And custard is amazing.
There's sheep all all all over the place here. I went on a walk with my family group on Friday night and we walked through field after field with sheep, rolling green hills, oak trees, hedges and stone fences.
And apparently I have an accent.