Linking up with Belinda and Bonnie for Travel Tuesday again! I’m still figuring out how I want to approach these posts — there’s a lot I want to share with you from my absolutely, ridiculously large collection of pictures from the three weeks I spent in Oxford, England years ago. Having these regular posts saves me from having to narrow it down, which I plain old suck at doing — if you’ve known me for any length of time, you know decision-making is the opposite of my thing — but I’m still torn between going for themes like “street signs” and “airports” and “suburbs” and “strangers’ children,” or places like the Botanic Garden and Christ Church College and the Marine Parade and this neighborhood or that street (see where it gets complicated?), or taking you on tours of my actual days, or some combination or all of the above.
I’m also not sure how many pictures I should include in a post, which doesn’t help any. What do y’all think? Kindly indulge my obsessive tendencies and give me some advice.
Meanwhile, I’m sharing something that fits all of the above categories: it’s a single place (Kidlington, a village outside Oxford, where I stayed with a host family for two weeks before the school I booked this with deigned to move me), a single walk around it (when I accidentally got on the wrong bus and got off a length from the aforementioned host family’s house), and it rather fits the suburbs theme I mentioned above.