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Today we spent a few hours at the London Science Museum. It's next door to the Natural History Museum which made it very easy to find, LOL! The Science Museum, like the NHM, is free to visit and there are many different galleries. We didn't have a lot of time so we went to the Exploring Space Gallery (which contains lots of models and real specimens of rockets, satellites and spacecraft), the Energy Hall (home to steam engines and many machines ...
... is a cave! So amazing! We sat outside but I am putting 'getting a table inside the grotto' on my London wishlist!
Anyway it was really lovely to see the girls! After three bottles of wine we decided we could do with some food though and ended up at Las Iquanas for sangria and Mexican food. Definitely more wine than I needed!
For dinner, Myles and Max had their first experience at an Indian food restaurant. The waiter was impressed by their appetites!
We went to see a fantastic musical, Matilda, based on the book by Roald Dahl. Not knowing anything about this book, we had no context or expectations. We all thoroughly enjoyed it. Fine acting, singing and a surprising plot twist. Fantastic experience!
... Sound; the Great Barrier Reef; the Tropical Queensland Rainforest; my 15,000ft Skydive over the Barrier Reef; Whitewater rafting on the River Tully; Ayers Rock 3 day tour; the Great Ocean Road; Fraser Island 4WD tour; Sydney's Australia Day celebrations; diving with endangered Manta Rays in Indonesia; and spending time with wonderful friends around the globe, plus so much more. Fiji was when I started to realise the trip would be more life changing than initially ...
... VERY slow moving queue, it bet me. I gave up. Put the small item on the shelf and walked out. All the stores were like this. But as you can imagine with the prospect of Santa visiting 41 Eleanor Road, Stratford, England, and not much time away from our wee cherubs, or the space to put things in our bags, this has been almost a mission impossible. Travelling is NOT fun with 6 bags, 2 kids, jackets, backpacks etc!! However I managed to complete the mission, ...
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