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... an asset at some points on this walk!
Out of the park and back through streets we also passed right in front of The Royal Marsden hospital, another reminder of my reasons for being there and before too long we were at Oaks Park, the second of the Rest Stops and the 25k point.
At this stage we were making good time, 5 hours to get a quarter of the way and still feeling pretty happy about feet, legs, pace etc. Again we sat down and removed our shoes, had ...
... we checked out duty free stuff and I had a look at some new cameras. They also have these awesome recliner chairs with some charger sockets in them, so we chilled in those chairs for awhile and then headed off to fly to Hong Kong. The flight ended up being 11.5 hours instead of the 13 it took to get here the first time which was great. I ended up only watching 1 and a half movies and slept on and off for the rest of the flight. We are currently ...
... creeks, as well as crossing pre-made wooden bridges of sticks and making out own stick bridges, we emerged at a road and followed it back to the farm.
... black woman blow dry my hair. She asks no questions then starts blow drying immediately so I explain I need mousse and ask if she has dried Fine hair like mine before. She says she has and then smothers me all over in mousse! It's a slow (and somewhat scary) process and I am continually asking for volume and she keeps combing it down quite severely. The morning races by and al, five of us leave ...
... it had a warmth about it, especially compared to Westminster Abbey. Part of our ticket included the audio tour, which was very informative. Charles and Dianna were married here, funeral services for Lord Nelson, Duke of Wellington, Winston Churchill, and Margaret Thatcher were also held here. The Cathedral was bombed during "the Blitz' in the Second World War and suffered some damage. When we arrived, there was a ...