The Prince Albert
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... and myself. As some of you may know, I have attempted to unlock my iPhone in order to be able to keep up with this blog...I won't know until I get to Mombasa whether it has worked or not. I'm keeping my fingers crossed I can update you all accordingly... Thanks to all those who have sent messages of support and made generous donations...it means so much. I will leave it there for now and see you on the other side Sair ...
... sky; a perfect day to watch the red coats show off their stuff. First we witness an inspection of the guards, a nit picking of the new guard’s uniforms while the old guard looks on. Then officers march back and forth, seemingly with no purpose; it portends something impressive is about to happen.
Not far away we hear a band. The music gets louder as the red-coated, tall bear hat ...
... a room into the hallway. It was great to see them. We sat down at the table and chatted for about fifteen minutes. Then Michelle's Mum, Bev came downstairs with little Sienna. Sienna's eyes wizzed around the room. It took her about three seconds before she let out a big smile. Everyone chuckled at her amusement. Even though it had only been about twenty minutes , it already felt like we had known them forever. Every morning we would go for a run and enjoy the pretty scenery ...
... actually in residence today because it is the week of the Ascot races. We see the royal standard flapping in the breeze above the round tower and it fills Elizabeth with excitement, though Chris appears less impressed.
We walk through the castle grounds, a virtual miniature city, and finally ascend the grand staircase to the state apartments. The walls in every room are covered with priceless works of art: Van Dyke, Holbien, and elaborate pieces ...
... ship in Croatia. We walked around Kensington Garden and Hyde Park, with stops at the Italian Garden, which is at the head of the Serpentine, and Kensington Palace and garden. The weather was fine and there were lots of people out and about. Most passing conversations that we heard were in foreign languages. We walked back by way of Speakers Corner, which was silent, and the Marble Arch. I left Betsy at the hotel and went out to buy a nano SIM card for the iPad mini (which allows ...