The Plume Of Feathers
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The holiday is over. The months of planning and the month away is complete and we head back to the sunny shores of the great NZ today. Fingers crossed for fast, safe flights to the motherland. I'm hoping my flu doesn't make the flight unbearable. The trip has been incredible to say the least. Every moment we have savoured and devoured. The last few days we have spent exploring Notting Hill, Oxford Circus, New Bond St, Claridges (no S&P on the table come ...
... this is a busy time of year for her lots of Christmas cards to write last min and what not. Once taking token buck pal selfies and questioning just how they got the statue outside so gold we moved onwards to Hyde Park. After walking for what seemed for miles beside the queens private gardens which I had foolishly mistaken for a zoo a day prior during a kids pop quiz on the hop on hop off tour (that's a hint for young players at the London game FYI) we made it to Hyde Park ...
... boats that have bars on the deck where you can sit and enjoy the sunshine and watch the world go by. Well the sunshine was a bit off and on today. Jacket goes on, jacket goes off...all day. We made our way from the Thames to a cellar bar called Gordans. This is the oldest wine bar in London, and if I didn't have a couple of experts with me, I would never have found it myself. Just off a main road, down an alley, into the cellar. The first part of the bar we ...
The longest day everrrrrr. Totally lost track of all time and don't know where the hell I am at the moment. But all went to plan so I'm guessing we are in London. We've seen airports and train stations and I'm 100% sure we've dodged our first scammer and or pick pocketer. Walked off the train all loaded up with bags looking like a tourist and first thing we see is tunnels going straight and left and right and ...
... Chinese meal ,,but we did have knives and forks ,after the meal we went to the shop and purchased a few items and then we all had a chat in lounge area and had an early night ,I went to bed at 9. 30pm SATURDAY APRIL 19th BEJING to HUANGYAGUAN Got up at 6.30am after a good night sleep ,and we proceeded to have breakfast ,which was very nice ,we went to meet the bus at 8pm ,we're we then went on a 3 hour drive to the start of the wall we,booked into the hotel were we ...