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... sandals and a windbreaker. She ventured into a souvenir shop to buy some socks just in case her feet got cold. As we waited a bit longer, a hoodie started to sound like a good idea as well. Sharon was the only person properly prepared with a warm jacket, and George, well he never gets cold. The rest of us quickly ran back into the souvenir shop and purchased a London sweatshirt/hoodie for each of us just in time before we had to load up on the bus.
... to mu gate which is the longest walk and a train ride so although I arrived at 6.55 and my next flight wasn't due till 9.05, I spent most of this time working my way across the massive expanse of the airport.
Boarding the next 6 hour Emirates flight, Dubai to Bangkok, was a bit more time consuming with a long queue for all passengers to hop on buses which took us far away from the airport where our plane was waiting.
I will admit this put me in a bad mood but a ...
... no longer teaching in the UK. To be honest, I have been bored of teaching for a while. I have been traveling a lot over the last few years which have been great, but when it came to full time teaching on a long-term scale I didn’t want to do that. One-two years were fine, but anything longer, it was not going to happen. I thought it was the need to travel but now I think my love for media, all things film and television has overpowered everything ...
... as there was no 'Changing of the Guard' on today (occurs every 2nd day from September). We took some jumping shots and normal photos down near the gates of Queen Elizabeth II's Official Royal Residence.
After visiting Buckingham Palace, we walked to the tube station near Buckingham Palace - Westminster to go to Oxford Circus. We got to Oxford Circus and made our way down Regent Street to the famous Hamley's Toy Store to ...
... it was hilarious when a jet of water squirted out of a wall and hit me directly in the face (it would have been chest height on everyone else). After lunch we went to St. Paul's cathedral. We weren't expecting it to be so huge! It is massive! It's pretty incredible when you think about how long ago they built it. We then went to south bank and walked along the river, it was packed but pretty cool. ...
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