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... you may be thinking ??!! Well, add to 1000 people, in that described state, also of whom were heavily intoxicated and using the area as their toilet too - the rest of the seated audience, whom were the wealthy folk, must have trained themselves to lose their sense of smell, I would think !! There were a few stalls behind the stage, that were far away from the "madding crowd" available for nobility. Back on the tube to Leytonstone to meet up with ...
... random tolietries for the trip and then came back for my foot massage which was HEAVENLY. After I just found a quiet lounge chair and slept for about an hour before I left to board my flight.
London was an experience. I saved a lot of things for when I return with Aaron. It felt very odd not having him travel with me, It seems pathetic and co-dependant but he is not just my husband but my best friend and it was and still is weird to not have him sharing in this with me.
... at her like she was absolutely crazy (torches are apparently flashlights). Oh, and how could I forget THIS incidence: I was at a pub talking to a couple guys and I jokingly said something about becoming a hooker and they gave me the strangest look. Apparently, a hooker is a soccer [football] position...nice one, Melissa. Then there are the more obvious things that I have to make a conscious effort to remember...chips instead of fries, crisps instead of ...
... s Docks) Walk across Tower Bridge OR free time in afternoon to explore OR visit Churchill War Rooms 2pm - RB1 boat from Tower Pier to Greenwich Pier (20 mins) OR DLR (2 change- 26min) For itinerary, see this: http://golondon.about.com/od/Greenwich- London/ss/Greenwich-Free-Day-Out.htm 3pm - National Maritime Museum 5pm - back to John's flat for dinner 7pm - go to ...
... sub-par fare, and I cunningly thought I'd bypassed this by eating everything on the flight over, including the 'yum yum' peanuts as they were so temptingly described on the dubious packaging.
For reasons I wont go into, I decided to join the Burger King queue, and having done so realised I had no local currency. Cursing, I ordered the 15.40 Malaysian Ringgit meal, and only later realised that this was probably the cheapest ...
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