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... table left. It was dry enough, so we took that. Unfortunately, that meant we did have to put up with the smoker at the next table. But the food was excellent. Brian and I both had the steak and Alex had the sausage (bangers). and we finished it off with the chocolate pudding and an apple pie.
And then off to Piccadilly Circus to do some shopping (didn't buy anything) and M&M's World (did buy something) before going ...
... blog. In this trip we will be seeing and experiencing so many things, and I will naturally want to tell you everythng about all of it! However, no one would want to read through all that. But if you wanna see it check out my micro-blog site FIND PENGUINS (best social media site name ever!) where you can see, through the glory of digital photography, our adventure:
... You are in a pod with approximately 15 other people. It was sprinkling but it was as beautiful as London could possibly be. The Thames river, with buildings old and new, lights as far as the eye could see, Emotions deeper than the depths I knew existed inside of me. I looked at my daughter and I was so thankful for her, for the closeness we share, for our ability to be brave enough to embark on this trip, for every single thing in my life, I was ...
Today was a result of yesterday. This seems to happen a lot to me.
Some people call it plans.
I don't really have a me for it, bit plan seems too formal - I think of it more as an idea that comes to life.
I sound a bit mad already.
Add to that, my entir playlist is 80's hits right now. And I dance ...
... felt pretty "local".
I showed up in London to meet my family, who were in the city. In the last few months, I've had to navigate my way through slums, villages, beach coastlines, trails, sometimes in the dark, rain or cold. It's been exciting at times, but for the most part, I think I've kept my cool. Getting around London was a shock though. The blur of trains, taxis, cars and well heeled pedestrians took me several days ...