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... it off. Next is the internet cafe, Jack and I both need to print out the 'transaction dispute' forms and scan them to email so we can get our money back form the time our cards were skimmed in Phuket.
The internet cafe is run by black people, it's in the rear room of a hairdressers. I walk in and ask if we can use the computers, the guy says you must get a haircut. I fall for it, he loses it laughing as I start to leave and invites me in. We print the forms off, go get ...
... us up from the station.
We got to see Mike in his natural habitat. Looks like he's made his mark on Rhonda and Emily since there's a healthy collection of bikes in the garage and a nice few paintings of cars dotted around the house.
Mike and Rhonda both had work so Anna took Nat and me out to Milton Keynes. I think it's fair to say Nat is a fan of what England has to offer with ...
Successfully navigated the Tube this morning. Luckily it was school holidays and there wasn't much of a crowd. As warned by Pam, the electronic destination board had no bearing whatever on where the actual train was going, so we followed a local's advice and jumped on anyway. Got to Earls Court and, now, following Jo's instructions we simply crossed the platform, got on a waiting train, sat down and about 3 or 4 stops later got off at Westminster. I still ...