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... what a market it was, everything. I heard some nice music coming from across the road, I saw a queue of people and there was Starbucks, not any Starbucks, but the first and original one, it was packed and the queue was 100 people, but outside on the footpath was a hillbilly band, and they were fantastic, a girl on the fiddle, man on Banjo, and a man on String Bass, and they pumped out some great music. A really good and very ...
... were two other groups there at the same time; the green group had children aged 11-15, and the 3rd group were adults only. We were assured that our paths would never cross.
Dinner (as were most of the meals) were served buffet style. Tonight we had sliced turkey, mixed salad, squash, green beans and a brownie dessert. Not a bad start.
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... around most of the buildings where you would commonly see people having to climb fifteen foot ladders to cross a road. Ladies in those huge vintage hooped dresses would struggle to climb the ladders as men would gaze up their knickers from the street below. The moat like space eventually had a footpath built across its top leaving many underground passage ways. These were lit by the sunlight as it shone through small glass tiles built into the footpath to provide light below. We ...