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... 230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); ">We had the privilege of being processed through customs by the famous Officer Trent and got some VIP boarding treatment by Jason's friend Mark.
Today we had a free day and went to the Natural history Museum - unfortunately the dinosaur section eas closed but we saw fossils, information on volcanoes and earthquakes. In the Earthquake section there was a real life experience of the 1995 Tokyo earthquake. It was very scary to experience. the ground shook very fast and hard for around 20 seconds which seemed like a long time. I ...
... saying 'damn missed again, just can't catch!'.
He was also showing me some magic which was actually so good! He wouldn't teach me though. Well he said he wouldn't unless I sacrificed blood.
...to which my response was 'geez, I do that every month anyway!' The look on his face was absolutely priceless!!
Although not as ...
... in a double decker bus instead of the underground. We are sooooo onto this transport lark..
Many interruptions in writing this, (Skype) so time for me to sign off and let Liz add the photo's.
Cheers from a happie chappie who now has 1 ankle in sight.
I have to add to this -Glenis is wearing my shoes - the ones that gave me all the blisters, she is a size smaller than me , but they FIT:)
Sitting on a train at kings cross station we leave the big London city and are on another adventure. A country English town is ahead of us and a two night stay with Paula and Gary. They've mentioned some lovely English traditions await. Pubs, golf (for wazza) stately homes, afternoon teas and family meals. Also wifi woooooo. I wonder if we will actually acquire a taste for ...