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... grabbed a quick dinner to take home when we got to the bus stop near the apartment. As we were leaving the place, a fight broke out in the street, holding up traffic and pulling everyone towards it. It was quite startling, but the cops ended up coming and people went back to their own thing. Right after the cops came, our bus came, and we went back to the apartment for the night.
On the cereal box that we bought, there was a coupon for a few ...
... with open arms by his new school team; he starts at Eton this week.
By the time we got home from the park, Maggie had cooked up an enormous and absolutely delicious Chinese feast for us. Thanks again Maggie!
It was really special to reconnect with both my cousins and their families, and to see them all so happy. We were made to feel so welcome by everyone, we only hope we will have the chance to reciprocate when they come out to ...
... dive was incredible,
particularly as the light pokes into cave openings so shards of light
burst into the eery watery darkness. The diving was so good we were only
a bit alarmed as we surfaced in one pool to see a cayman crocodile
After lots of diving and lying on the beach we
felt like we should do some culture and so headed west to Valladolid.
Vallolodid - a very traditional yucatan town
with relatively few tourists, ...
... good specials. Did some shopping in Tescos and then bus home about 3:45pm. Mrinmoy and the kids are home now so they play in the garden, Jai with his bike, football and guns, happy to chatter away to himself though happy to get my attention as well and Rea quietly bringing lots of tows from the garden shed / toy store outside and then back in again without playing ...
... which I had not visited last time I was there. It was incredible seeing so many famous names. After the tour ended we went into the old Chapter House. So called because the priests would go there each day to read a chapter of the Bible. We had lunch in a fairly new cafe on the site. Very nice. It was now after 2.30, so we walked back to the Westminster Tube Station and bought single tickets to Holborn. This was where I had worked in the eight months we were in London in ...