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We started the morning today at Pax Lodge, one of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts world centers. Its a place where Girl Scouts and Girl Guides from all over the world can come together.
We started with a flag ceremony, a silly song and then the very special pinning ceremony where the girls received a special pin that can only be worn by girls who have visited the Pax Lodge world center.
The girls then participated in a program led ...
... smell, London will not let you down when it comes to food. My host and I did agree on this point: the Brits might not be known for outstanding cuisine, but they definitely have a fair share of everyone else's. We went to a couple of markets and a street feast (essentially an area with a bunch of food stands), and it was all pretty darn good. Anything that I could have wanted, they had, and none of it appeared to be the fake stuff you sometimes find when eating a cuisine abroad. When ...
... just says to me, “It’s probably in your passport,” and walks away. Okay, I guess I’ll look again. Guess what? It’s not there. I make my way back to my seat.
Moment of truth. Boarding time. I get in line and strike up an interesting conversation with an American in line in front of me who’s been here in Kenya for a week on a church missions trip. We get interrupted mid-sentence, though, when we ...
... lines run at various depths--the Circle and District line are just below ground surface at their deepest and were constructed mostly in a cut-and-cover method owing to their shallow depth, while many other lines (Hammersmith & City, Jubilee, Central, to name a few) are deep sub-surface lines requiring one to travel great depths to reach the trains. You notice this most when entering certain stations with very long escalators; the Regent's ...
Saturday morning was a bit of a relief and we all slept in a bit before getting ourselves ready to hit the street.
We tubed and then walked awhile due to the some rails being closed over the weekend. The weather really came to the party with bright blue skies and actually being warm enough to take off our coats! The walk was worth it though as we walked into a bustling and vibrant market. The Broadway markets is Liz ...
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