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... about re-entry back into the real world and the logistics and practicalities that entails – particularly given we’re moving to a new city and don’t have a home or jobs to return to! We’re not sure how long it’ll take us to adjust again.
So, do we have any regrets? Absolutely not. We’d do the same thing again in a heartbeat. Maybe, with hindsight, we’d plan things differently, but we’d definitely do the trip again. ...
... because I do not know how it will affect me yet as I continue my journey. I have no doubt in my mind that I will return to London someday and I also have no doubt in my mind that when I do, my perspective will be different. My recent experiences there will enable me to gain even more from it in the future and I cannot wait to see the person that I will have grown to be by that point in my life. Cheers to heart, soul, and the essence of ...
... That is only celebrated in The States! It was more likely crowded because the museums here are free! That's right, free! What a novel idea, eh? Enlighten the people of your country for free instead of trying to make a buck (or a pound) at every turn!
Enough of the crowds! Let's go see what we ...
Liz and I are in London for a few days, whilst Olivia is in Amsterdam on a school trip. We are staying at another "airbnb" place, this time a little studio flat in the Barbican (taking me back to my university days, where I had most of my lectures whilst at The City University). We are 5 mins walk from the tube station, but have done a load of walking!
We arrived on Tuesday afternoon and after dumping our stuff we went to the South Bank ...
... buried or commemorated in some way. Even Sir Lawrence Olivier rests under a marker in this area. Waiting…but for what??? (Kidding. He’s dead forever, despite the best efforts of a certain woefully underappreciated movie.)
After our abbey tour, we headed back to King’s Cross to begin the 4 and a half hour train ride that would take us to Edinburgh and, hopefully, a good night’s sleep.
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