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... complete the day with a stroll through The Nature of Common Life exhibit at the Tate Britain. There are rowers out on the Thames. It must be cold out there. The fog adds a mysterious look to them as they seem to glide effortlessly down the river. What a wonderful way to spend your morning, no other ships around to worry about, just a few small kayaks (do they call them that) and the quiet purr of a huge city waking up to start its ...
... country so far. People are super friendly
(even when you speak survival Spanish), it has the most beautiful green
glowing hills and mountains scenery, volcanos, caves and roaring wild
rivers. It feels relatively untouristy as it's still probably quite
dangerous off the main trails, evidenced by the police escort our
shuttle had from the El Salvador border.
Antigua - first port of
call in Guatemala and possibly the most beautiful city we had seen on ...
... and had jumped into the shower.
After I had dried off and they had settled in we went to find lunch and, as is traditional in China, ordered far too much food! We had a lovely wander around the Hutongs, but then Mum and George were hit by a lack of sleep on the plane, and so we made our way back to the hotel for a nap.
That evening we went to Wangfujing St, which is the famous snack food street in Beijing for a ...
... missed the train by one minute and had to wait for 30 minutes for the next one. Oh well, an opportunity to get some coffee and a train snack. The ride to Hampton took about 45 minutes. Hampton Court Palace was the home of Henry VIII and his wives. It was so cool to know that we were walking in the footsteps of Henry, Anne Boleyn, Katherine of Aragon, Mary and Elizabeth. The Palace is beautiful, especially the tapestries. Henry had quite a collection, ...
... color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal; ">2. Why would you want to do these things, i.e. Hammer 2 six inch nails into your head through each nostril.
The question was partially answered by the gentleman from India I believe who can write with both hands AND both feet simultaneously in 4 different languages. Yes. You ...