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... font-size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-composition-fill-color: rgba(130, 98, 83, 0.0980392);">Angus arrived about 12.15 after being delayed slightly because a couch had fallen off a truck on the M4....talk about chaos!! Angus and Bryony drive a mini and I would have put money on the fact that all our luggage would not fit in but he assured us it would...and of course he was right.
My day started out totally fine; I woke up in the hostel sans bugs, I was kicked out of my room a little early but they let me back in to get my stuff, and my audition at LAMDA was good. Fun, actually. The students there were more laid back than anywhere else I've been so far, and the panel were very nice. I got to flirt with a cute boy who's a current student there. Very cute Scottish boy with well defined muscles (he was wearing a muscle tank, don't worry about it) and a ...
... was SO NICE to see him again. We went for a big long walk around Westminster, over the river, seeing Big Ben and so many other pretty areas along the way. It is cool but certainly bearable. We eventually stopped at the Sherlock Holmes pub for a drink, which Craig particularly loved. Back home for a brief rest and then we set out to find the Anchor pub, which was recommended. It was VERY ...
... lunch before driving off to Brighton. This was a pleasant journey with more tree tunnels to enjoy. On the edge of Brighton we discovered we were going past a race course where there was a meeting going on. When we turned a corner we were surprised to discover we were driving across hay on the road and later learned from a taxi driver that some of the longer races do cross the road. The traffic has to stop ...
We had been excitedly counting down to our departure date since we booked our flights to Hong Kong several months ago. What began as a monthly count down, turned into weeks, followed by days and then finally hours. Having said goodbye to our family and ...