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... We walked back to the metro station to find that the market was still there! So, we decided to have dinner here. I had a gyro and Tom got a burger. I eyed these home-made snickers bar, so I obviously had it for dessert!
This morning we slept in a little bit later than the past mornings. We weren't really sure about what we wanted to do, and to be honest, we didn't feel like walking around too much. Throughout our trip in London, we continually ...
... a quick wine, and then we all headed over to Roy's for dinner. He had made a superb fish pie, and sherry trifle for afters. What a treat! After dinner Roy showed us what a multi-talented musician he is: guitar, piano and piano-accordian no less! Plus a bit of singing, though we couldn't persuade June to show us any of her dancing tricks! A lovely night, with plenty of laughs.
Then home to ...
... in- pace 15 minute stroll from the bus
station to the harbour, and from there by boat for an hour onto Caye
Caye caulker is a small relaxed island which we wanted
to go to for the diving, specifically the blue hole which was one of the
main reasons for coming to belize. The blue hole is a bumpy 2.5 hour
boat ride from caulker and is a former cave, a giant collapsed sinkhole a
few hundred feet deep within a stunning coral atol. The ...
We actually slept in till 8.00am. There was no rush today as our first activity was a walking tour of Westminster Abbey at 10.45. We talked to my sister via FaceTime and then came the most anticipated moment of the day. Will our suitcases close? I had a few of Edie's clothes in my case and just as well as it was really a struggle to get hers zipped up. Hopefully the strap around the case will take some pressure off the zips. Mine closed a bit easier but we don't really want to ...
... financial district was also enjoyed.
After saying goodbye to Elissa and Jamie back in the city near St Paul’s Cathedral, we headed to our late afternoon destination the Chelsea Flower Show. We arrived early to collect our tickets then lined up at the entrance for the 5.30 – 8.00pm timed slot to view the gardens and exhibits. Initially it was crowded, but soon dispersed and we were able to have a more leisurely walk ...