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... in the Abbey, and according to the guide, Princess Kate had to step around it when she walked down the aisle. As I was one of the first to enter the Abbey, many of the small chapels were empty, which was nice. There are kings and queens with tombs all through the Abbey, with their likeness carved into stone. Also, many poets that are important to British culture are buried there too. The original coronation chair, built in the 1000s, is there, behind glass, and still ...
... Grant insisted. Breathless at the top, and clamoring for oxygen, we divided into 2 groups. We sat across the open dome from each other and began whispering messages. Supposedly, there is an acoustic phenomenon where if you whisper something on the wall of one side, a second later it clearly transmits to the other side. Sharon and the kids said they could hear Tiff and George whispering. Tiffani didn't hear anything but the people next to her talking. George thinks maybe ...
... have been, but there have been so many great things that it is hard to pick out a few. Indonesia has been our favourite country, followed closely by Laos both for their diversity, people, food, culture, natural landscapes and affordability. That said, almost everywhere we have been, we have been welcomed and looked after, and people across the whole continent have been warm and generous, even if they have little ...
Lucky I love to fly - it is now Wednesday the 30th April and we have been 'on the road' for 33 hours and are "NOT THERE YET".
Relaxing in the British Airways first class lounge waiting for our flight to Athens.
It is 10.30 in the morning here and I am ready for bed LOL!!
We have traveled from Brisbane to Sydney to Dubai (3 hours stop) to London. Next is Athens and Santorini.....watch this space.
... tells me to "teach him some manners" on my way out. We end up just going to a "London equivalent of Starbucks" (right next door to a real Starbucks, mind you). I tell Jimmy about the ordeal with the shop owner, to which he relates his own constructive criticisms of the man.
We then enter the Angel office for our all-day meeting. Here's a word or two about the office itself: It's ultra-modern. That's the only description I could think of. It's like we walked into ...