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... in and transport u thousands of kilometres without really realising it. Not sure whether because of my cold or not, but the pain in my entire head during landing was excruciating. Really looking forward to seeing the fam at this stage.
Having to fill in my arrival card, not knowing the address or length of stay, took time, especially when I kept writing in lower case and only one of the 5 pens wasn't missing or ...
... almost reach out and touch the actors and feel the emotion. The Donmar Warehouse is like this as well.
I left feeling very pumped and excited. I do love the theatre.
On Monday I continued my theatre love and visited the Trafalgar Studios to see Martin Freeman in Richard III. I bought these on their special Monday deal. On the first of every month they release so many tickets for Monday sessions for 15 pounds. Perfect!
... it is prudent to be clean and not give an opportunity to others in the spa to complain about your body odour. Many spas have locker rooms and showers. After the spa treatment, you should get up immediately to make way for others who may be waiting for their turn.
It is common practice to tip the therapist but some spas add a service fee. You can take your own decision regarding the tipping aspect.
... a "shopper" with people everywhere. However I brought a cute black spaghetti strapped top and some shorts. And that was enough for me - shopping over!! High-light: Trying mushy peas! Low-light: The bus ride home from Brent Cross Shopping centre. A baby on the bus was squawking the entire bus ride preventing us from enjoying our travels. Nat and I were about to loose ...
... time in each place to make sure we saw them properly – and we’re happy that we’ve achieved that. There’ll be more opportunities in the future to fill in the gaps we’ve missed.
What was the hardest part? Not sure. Setting off maybe. Or finishing! One you’re on the road you get into the routine of planning, booking and doing. And it’s quite a nice place to be really! Well, with the exception of the regrettably-large ...