Fraser Residence Monument
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After a manic morning getting the last minute things done we all piled into our maxi taxi and exhaled. I double checked the passports were with me, anything else I had forgotten would have to be done without,or replaced. I was exhausted but excited to be on our way.
... let us back out to check our second bag in. We caught the plane to Munich then caught a second flight to Germany and Aunty Gisi picked us up and took us back to Humme. We talked about our trip to aunty Gisi and had lots of laughs. We were very tired so went to bed ...
... After I'd got warm and Kristen had gone to work, I headed out to catch up with a friend from Aberdeen. Well from London but was living in Aberdeen while I was there.
We went for coffee, and never in my time knowing him have I seen him so funny!
I told him I couldn't juggle, and he kept throwing a spoon ...
... enjoy a delicious Turkish meal at a Halal restaurant. Lovely food and the water I had was ... water. Liz enjoyed her mocktail of mint and lime. ( see, we can control our bad habits)
THEN, the tour began. It was so good. Thru the cobblestone streets of East London to the site of each victims demise. Amazing.. 2 hours of history, We are soooo pleased we did this.
Ano little walk took us to the bus stop so we ...
... was exceptional and even had an area set up just as the trenches were at Gallipoli with periscopes set up along the way to view the enemy without exposing oneself. After the museum we went to the Crown and Cushion, a very old pub, for lunch. Then we headed to Waterloo Station for the train back home. On the way to the station we went through a tunnel under the railway line that was set up as a graffiti art gallery complete with artists at ...