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... This is all so different here and the process so drawnout. They spoke to a few funeral directors and last night over dinner we were able to have a few laughs on what some said. Smiles and laughs - something that a week ago would have been impossible. Yes, Hats booked a nice place for dinner last night and it was William's shout. A few of the funeral directors told M&H's they were so lucky 'cos William was so young ...
... of “proportionality.”
Should the deportation of my client affect her personal and family life (i.e. her personal and family life is inextricably linked to life in the UK rather than in her origin country) she should be allowed to stay. Fingers crossed for her. In addition to working on drafting the advice for the deportation client I also found a book on discrimination law that had a short chapter relevant to my ongoing research (19 pages) that I pulled some ...
... it is the magnificence and gloriousness of the structure that completely takes you by surprise.
Travel Delights in the Serpentine Boating Lake London looks gorgeous in Hyde Park. The Serpentine Boating Lake is set for experiencing Hyde Park delights. So whether it is the rowboats or the swimming experience, the buzz of being in a beautiful paradise or the simple travel experience of being in this part of London takes ones breath away. ...
What to say about London, it is fantastic and infuriating, expensive and indulgent, abrupt but awesome and a place that you could live a lifetime and never truly discover.
We landed in London and we greeted by a surprisingly pleasant immigration officer who found no need to scrutinise our plans as can be the case for some antipodeans, we were soon on a train and rolling away into a city that we chew us up and spit us out over the next week.
Our last day in London, and we used the red bus as our transport means for the day. A larger than necessary breakfast was followed by a 2 hour 'blue' route experience. Great, as it took us places we have not walked, but satisfied our curiosity. Liked the Paddington area a lot, and passed through some very expensive areas. Saw where the Beatles performed their last song as a group, and where the first Hard Rock Cafe was opened. Eric Clapton ...