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travelled to london this week to see a mate on the way to the last Southport weekender. had a great catch up and an even greater hangover
... airport which was wonderful - a real bed which we can stretch out in - ah bliss.
Needless to say - a very big and tiring travel day. It was a real pity about our plan to travel and sleep at night but the important thing is we got here safe. It still feels really weird the idea of being on holiday as it has not sunk in yet. If anything it is like a time warp and we are back on the last holiday where we left off, and work is a million miles away.
... in the middle of no where SIM CARD Avoid Lebara or Lyca Mobile – both are quite big companies but not budget friendly. I’d recommend Giffgaff which offer super cheap ‘Goodbags’. I pay £12 a month which includes 500 mins worth of calls and 3GB data. You do have to order the sim card online but it gets delivered pretty quickly. NATIONAL INSURANCE NUMBER Literally the moment ...
... in Kensington gardens is Peter Pan. The statue was constructed in memory of J.M. Barrie and the boy who would never grow up, Peter Pan. Peter Pan first appeared in Barrie’s novel “The Little White Bird” in 1902, which was actually written for adults. However, the boy took flight in the hearts of Londoners through the stage production ...
... Oxford Street to do some shopping. Charlie and Tony were undecided about their plans for the day when we left them. Their plan was to wonder around and see if they could find something fun to do. The girls had a good look through the shops and both made a couple of purchases, then we did some souvenir shopping! Following this we went to Fortnum and Mason, I have wanted to take the girls there for afternoon tea since last time we were in London and ...