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July 14 - arrived in London after very good flights on Emirates. Settled into our tiny courtyard apartment at Earl's Court, went for a walk to the supermarket on Cornwall Road for a few groceries. Laura arrived at the apartment after work, it was great to see her again and we walked to them local pub for dinner. Laura has our week all planned!
Our 32 night UK adventure has started.
We left OR Tambo at 20h10 after spending some quality time in the slow lounge relaxing before we boarded for the 11 hour flight to Heathrow Airport London. The flight was good for some, not so great for others, as we had some screaming rugrats for 11.5 hours!
At Heathrow we decided to buy local SIM cards for our phones which proved to be quite an experience. Not a bad deal at R400 for 300 minutes, ...
... to the stables where there was so much awesome stands and weird crazy people. Dad bought his first leather jacket ever that was very cool and badass. We looked at the stables and there was one store which i thought was awesome that sold cool crazy action figures. We walked to a cool guitar store where Declan played a Gretch Hollowbody guitar and it sounded so beautiful. Mum got a coffee and we watched Declan and Dad play ...
... room including players such as Diego Costa. We walked out onto the pitch through the player tunnel and sat in the players box and got a group photo taken. We ended our tour in the Museum and got to see the FA Cup trophy and many other trophies that Chelsea FC has won in their club's history. Today has been a great day and was jam packed of learning of some of England's most iconic sport ...
... The list: - Churchill War Rooms. Absolutely fascinating. To think major decisions of the UK Government in WW2 happened right here. Would not have been a pleasant place to spend much time in though. For me it's been the most interesting place so far. - Westminster Abbey - yes, I went to church!! And what a church. I cannot believe the history, the intricate architecture, the solemnity and many more amazing adjectives. Real tombs contained within. ...