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... them to ones back home. The housing rows just out of the airport were really interesting and I don't remember ever seeing anything like them in Tasmania. They looked typically English. Luckily our hotel room was ready when we got there - this was worth the phone call before we left. A blissful shower was my first priority. I'd thought about having a shower in one of the transit airports, but once we were in the airports, it seemed like it was going to ...
Imagine what it might be like to walk with feet made of soft cheese. After walking about 8-10 miles today to almost every London tourist trap, that's how I feel.
We've already made it halfway through the next day, but take a look at the pictures I've posted for our first day recap!
... being played. The boundary was about 40m on one side and 80m on the other as they were using the end wicket, leading to it being a very one sided game. The ground was in awesome knick, immaculate condition but on a bit of an angle. It was great to wander around the ground with such a small crowd, surreal being at a ground I had seen so many times on TV. The typical old poms didn't seem to enjoy our company, when I had some old fogies "ask" me to sit down whilst taking a ...
... hysterically and this guy had his jacket over his pants... And I could not find the bottle. Seconds later, he holds on the now filled beer bottle like a prize. This "prize" was filled with his pee! I couldn't believe that just happened. And lastly, a poor girl kept falling asleep on Bryan's arm and he didn't know what to do. Once she woke up, he jumped up and started standing. We got off the Tube and were going to take either a taxi or bus, whatever came first, back to q ...
... and to be on the lookout for pickpockets. I told them what to do should they miss a Tube stop or fail to board a train on time, and explained a few points of etiquette concerning how our group was going to walk through Tube stations and down busy sidewalks. Finally, I reminded them to utilize the Troubleshooting Guide that I had provided them with early on the tour that would help them to solve a number of potential problems.
When we arrived ...