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... who I hadn't seen in over a year! Both were studying in different parts of London so it was cool to see both areas of the enormous city.
The first night I met Katie at the Liverpool Street Station and got to know her friends from school after a night out in Greenwich. This wasn't the heart of London, so drinks at the pubs were extremely affordable. It was really cool to be able to experience this and it was great that it didn't completely eat up all my cash at the same ...
... an absolute joy spending the afternoon with Tony and the wonderful staff and students at King Alfred's School.
The school was founded in 1898. It is a co- educational school that ranges from reception all the way through to 6th form.
- Unique private school that prides itself in being casual
- 13 grade levels
- No uniform
- School has a high focus on practical learning and extra curricular activities to give ...
... in the taxi, and head towards our accommodation. We were in London! Even the 20 minute taxi ride was exciting! All of a sudden the old buildings gave way to Trafalgar Square, and then we were on an avenue with Buckingham Palace in the distance coming towards us - world famous sights right there in front of us! It was a bit of a wow moment! Five minutes after passing the gates of Buckingham Palace, we'd reached our accommodation in a gorgeous quiet street in Westminster. ...
... a picnic lunch, which we ate at half time. At that level they play 4 x 20minute quarters, and they beat the team from Cardiff 1-0. I was gutted that I actually missed the only goal of the match (I was away getting the coffees at the time!), which was scored by the son of one of Chelsea's first team players, Didier Drogba. We were really impressed by the boys' skills - especially given their relative youth. Will puts in many hours ...
... season. With a couple of hours to explore, I headed back on the "tube" (as the transit system is called in London) to scope out some sites. I ventured to Westminster - upon leaving the train station I was presented with a spectacular site of a huge ornate building - "hey kids, it's Big Ben" (European vacation reference). But it was amazing to see the gold and detail on the clock tower and the parliament building, just beautiful. Next thing I noticed was the ...