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Well here we are off on our trip to New Zealand.
Left home at just gone 2pm 12th December, went via Northolt to pick up Peter. Left for Heathrow with Peter navigating! On the way to airport heard on radio that there were problems with UK air traffic control. Arrived at Heathrow in good time for check-in.
Had trouble with self check in, when putting passport in scanner do ...
... except the headband.
WHY DO I SPEND A WHOLE AFTERNOON AVOIDING LOOKING FOR THE ONE THING I ACTUALLY NEED.
So yes, that was my day. And also quite the explanation as to why the last month of my blog is only being uploaded now.
Today was the day of our English Reunion with friends and family.
After breakfast we headed to the station to catch the 11am train. We met Claire on the station and had a fairly simple trip to Mortlake via Clapham Junction where we were met by Emma, Katie and Sophie. Everyone piled in but there wasn't enough room for Dad and Claire so they walked.
We got to Katie and Sophie's place and had pasta ...
... referred to as the ‘upside down tree’. Hyde Park is also well-known for its famous activities such as the rock concerts… to be more specific, the benefit concerts.
Apart from the other places of curiosity and interest, Hyde Park London is the home of many famous restaurants in London. To add to the fervor of fun and frolic are the restaurants in Hyde Park are famous for the ambience and the couture. The luxury and ...
... the first stop which was Kensington Palace, which is in believe it or not Kensington Gardens. Pretty ordinary palace really, but it has some real famous resident Royals, William, Kate and George. The front section is a museum and the royals live in the very protected back area. This palace has great history, which I wont go into. Next stop was at Hyde Park corner where we saw the War Memorials for the New Zealanders and Australians. ...