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I have just spent the last month in South Africa and I have to say I love the country. The climate is fantastic, all the people I know are great and the lifestyle is excellent. The country is still going through an incredible amount of change and is probably at a cross roads in terms of how it moves forward. Of course there are concerns about your …
It was a hectic week what with getting ready to leave Colombo for two weeks and most of the team succumbing to a nasty lurgy which meant that the office was deserted for a day or so.
Trying not to be too excited about my return to London I began to consider the last few weeks and the distinctive characteristics of Colombo that I would miss …
... the guude was a local not an australian. we saw all the sites of westminster on our walk including the Queens house and places made famous by Harry Potter and Big Ben. I was very excited to see big ben. I then learnt that guy fawkes is not really about what I thought it was about. I then wandered around a bit more before heading back to the hostel to get ready for the theatre. so that evening I went to billy elliott, which was awesome. we studied this at school in year 11, but I ...
... over here – even the double decker
buses give you a bit of leeway. Cycled pass Buckingham Palace and up
the mall but couldn't go any further the roads were blocked off. We
had stumbled across the 'Trooping the Colours” - happens every 10
years. It was nice of them to wait until we arrived to begin. Saw the
Queenie .. a blue blur in the distant of one of the shots, but then
in the car going past. Carried on down to join the tourist crowds
Allo, allo guvna!
We arrived in London fine. The plane trip on dodgey Alitalia was a bit concerning though. The poor old plane groaned and rattled the whole flight, it looked so worn out inside. Three hour flight with a drink of water and a waffer, pretty ordinary especially when we paid for Alex's ticket in full twice. We couldn't sit together, the four of us were spread around 3 different rows. I was ...