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... image - it doesn't exist in modern dictionaries or in font packages apparently! If it doesn't work, it basically just looks like a black blob, although when it is bigger it looks like this.
Anyway, after lunch we headed to the Banpo Ancient Village. Not something I necessarily wanted to go back to, but Mum says that she enjoyed it. We had a wander around here, and then Michael dropped us off at our hostel, because we were quite ...
... Nothing modern about this section of Lords and in the main we reckon it is still close to its original layout and decor. An integral part of the Pavilion is The Long Room. This is mainly a members viewing area, although it has to be said that the multitude of windows with their significant frames would make viewing a little difficult from some vantage points. It is as one would expect, a long room. The unique thing about this room is that on match day, there ...
... have absolutely no idea what and of this says...****". One of the people working there clearly noticed my open mouth wide eyed confused stare at the menu and asked if I needed help. Good thing he did because I probably would have just continued to stare at the words. I asked him what was good, he asked if I liked chicken, I said yes and he said , "go sit down". Alright easy enough now I was just praying he brings something my verge of vomiting self can handle. A few ...
... spreadsheets and graphs, here is our trip in statistics:
Number of miles flown: 52,102
Number of miles travelled by bus: 3,039
Number of miles travelled by car (excluding God knows how many in taxis around different cities): 2,040
Number of miles travelled by train: 2,492
Number of miles travelled by boat: 105
Total miles travelled: 57,000
Kilos of ice cream eaten: 5
Number of times we got ill in India: ...
... working! Bummer - as in Dubai I spent an inordinate amount of time in camera shops trying to get a charger and I didn't want to visit any more overseas camera shops! More excitement - police bikes etc on Westminster bridge - then a cavalcade of vehicles and one if those big black cars with the big windows - apparently it was the Irish president ( or whatever he is called). Kerffufle. Anyway - we set off up Whitehall to check out Downing St and on up to Horseguards. Then ...