Silent Sunday: Picture-perfect England

Would you believe me if I told you that this is my brother’s office? “It’s very nice,” my mum mentioned, as we crawled along the motorway on a very hot English summer’s day. But, I have to say, I was quite taken aback with just how picture perfect the premises and 180-hectare nature reserve are (he works for the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds at their headquarters in Bedfordshire).

I got slightly carried away imagining the staff having business picnics complete with home-made lemonade, colourful dragonflies darting around their clipboards and woodland birds pecking on trees. With less than a week to go before we’re back in the desert, I think I’ve got my rose-tinted specs on already.

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About Circles in the Sand

Sun worshiper, journalist, mother, pilot's wife and distracted housewife living in the land of glitz and sand
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4 Responses to Silent Sunday: Picture-perfect England

  1. MsCaroline says:

    (you know you’re just contributing to all those idealized stereotypes the world has of England, don’t you? )But really…how lucky your brother is to work in such a beautiful place- must make Mondays a good deal easier! Enjoy your last few days before you leave!

  2. Expat Mum says:

    Wow – that is gorgeous. I was wondering if it was built as a house and what it must have been like to live in such a fab house.

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