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... by the cautious baking process that still takes place. The European market was the first saw rise to the advanced introduction of new procedures that caused in black tea. Letting the leaves for oxidisation naturally before drying resulted in the shady colour and produced a tea which stood up well to foreign export.
A middle class indulgence
Tea didn’t instigate life in Europe as the drink of the individuals that we all enjoy ...
... leave without seeing her again I meant it with every fibre of my being, but then, that was her doing to have that not eventuate. I can't believe the last time I saw her she was so afraid of the thought of life without me that she had visibly enjoyed dinner less after she bought it up, now she was probably eager for me to leave the country because everything fell into place easily for her and I was nothing but a distraction, I was just a weight on her shoulders.
... bring home enough for at least one more meal.
Tuesday we need to visit the India Visa Center between noon and 3 pm so we go back to the British Museum for the morning. This time we visit the artifacts from Britain going back 2500 years. I am surprised to see how sophisticated the weapons and jewelry are. The Sutton Hoo part of the exhibit is from Saxon times. A burial ship and its contents were found and excavated. ...
Arrived 5am at LHR terminal 5 after having lovely long sleep for about 8 hours in our free BA business class flight from Singapore. Thanks To our credit card providers!
Headed straight to the arrivals lounge where we had our first exposure to tropical London! Meaning that as we were to discover during our stay here, nothing seems to be air conditioned.
... continued to stroll past famous landmarks in London like Big Ben, Trafalgar Square, Downing Street (home to the English Prime Minister) and the infamous roundabout from National Lampoons European Vacation movie fame. The traffic at roundabout was so chaotic I can see why Chevy Chase's character lost his marbles. There is no way I would even attempt to drive in London, thankfully the public transport is excellent. I take my hat off to those busdrivers.