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... eating the nibbles before I started to cook. I thought we were having nibbles and then cooking the main meal, hence why I hadn’t started yet. It’s just pasta, it doesn’t take long, but it wasn’t until half way through our meal Tim said that the French eat cheese and bread after the main meal, not before hand… so…. whoops! (I didn’t know that one), so now it makes sense as to why he was growing hungry. Anyways, the ...
... they gave him a refund...we think staffing problems were the issue. I only ate most of mine as it was 4pm and we had only managed a cornflake cookie between us all day and for those who know I was Hangry!!
Our final full day in London started at 7am with a run in the sunshine that had finally appeared. It was beautiful running around Buckingham Palace, Horses Guard, Parliament Houses and St James Park. No one around could not have asked for ...
... it will get better in the morning.
Thanks to Sarah and David for the amazing accomodation and BBQ last night. We ate a full mixed grill with salad and sweet potato wedges. YUM!
Ready to board flight in 15 mins. Next update will come when we arrive and find an internet cafe in Lima.
Paul is finally feeling excited! :)
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... soon on their way. The flight was very smooth and surprisingly relaxing. First stop was Singapore. After we landed we all had a quick toilet stop and on our way to the departure gate for our next leg we ran into a pilot. The kids were naturally excited and ran up to ask for a photo. We discovered that the pilot's name was Daryl, he was from Brisbane and he was actually going to be the pilot for our plane to Dubai! What ...
... in the Eyal Ofer Galleries. Adult entry is priced at £16. Delauney is a key figure in the Parisian avant-garde scenario and the exhibition includes abstract paintings, textiles and clothes made by her during her 60-year career.
The Hayward Gallery on London’s Southbank is playing host to one of the most thought-provoking exhibitions that have opened in London recently. Seven artists were commissioned by the gallery ...