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Ok so maybe we really shouldnt have had that last drink at the bar last night since we were u 5.30am this morning to get to the airport for the long journey home. Been monitoring flights for the last few days and fingers were crossed (eventually got J on BKK-AUH and Y on AUH-LHR, more about that later) After the taxi drive from hell, yes we had the Thai equivalent of Michael Schumacher, he got us to airport in 23 mins ...
A couple hours sitting on a bench in a train station and I was given advice from complete strangers that I didn't even ask for but possibly needed. I brought a book with me called "How to Make the Impossible Possible" to hopefully get some tips and encouragement for my post-grad endeavors starting in January but maybe I got what I needed without the book. It makes me think that there should be a reality show of someone who sits in a busy ...
... and forced Ben to agree to cab it back to the apartment.
After a short break, Auntie Kate from London Town arrived to take us to dinner. We were shattered and it was a huge effort to walk to the burger place much less make conversation! Charley had her head down on the table and Mitch fell asleep whilst waiting for the meal to arrive. I really felt very sorry for her.
But finally it was time for bed - the best moment of the day so far ...
... handmade ceramic poppies - we thought the effect was breathtaking. We then headed for the obligatory look at St. Paul's. Cathedral and it was magnificent but the real surprise for the afternoon was visiting a little park about 2 minutes walk from St. Paul's called Postmans park. A relief teacher from school (originally from finchley) told me about it so we strolled ...
... We caught the train from Kensington Olympia, changed at Clapham Junction and then on to Richmond.
Richmond is really nice. We walked down to the river and had a picnic and then on to Richmond Park where we saw a number of deers. We then walked down a track to a playground and picked blackberries on the way. They were yum!
Once we finished on the playground we ...