Friday, 14 April 2006

Good Friday

It was.

We drove up to Oxford on Thursday straight after work to visit Anna and Greg in their new house and new city. Their house is amazing - massive and really modern, and with some truly incredible kitchen fittings.

After a huge glass of champagne and chocolate eggs, we went into town to eat at a beautiful North African restaurant called the Kazbar (some of the best tapas I've ever had) before heading for the Zodiac to a club called Disques Vogues which was basically like a wedding reception. This is exactly my favourite kind of club... a bit like the wine bars at Glastonbury. I wasn't drinking but had a brilliant time nonetheless, and even managed a dance. Well, a sober shuffle anyway.

The following day we strolled down by the river and back to the house, before Ben and I went into Oxford to see the rare, wild snake's head fritillaries at Magdalen College. They were absolutely beautiful, although I think Ben might've been a little underwhelmed. The weather was glorious, and lunch was taken in the Vaults cafe by the Radcliffe Camera. It was all terribly civilised.
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