Black Lion Guesthouse
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... names nor having a relationship with them and expecting them to listen is idealistic. Far too idealistic infact (as I quickly learnt).
Since beginning supply teaching, I have taught upwards of 20 different subjects in more than 20 different secondary schools across London. Government schools, Non-Government schools, Catholic schools, All boys schools, All girls schools, community schools, colleges and academies.
I do often wonder whether it is all ...
... been so strict with my schedule. I knew where I would be for every day if my trip before the airplane left London. If I hadn't, the overfilling pockets of experiences and stories wouldn't have been possible. But with that came a serious amount of planning and daily management. I enjoy those aspects, but it was also quite tough. I did an amazing job.
One of the hardest parts of travelling alone was the meal times. I'll happily have breakfast on the go, ...
... it even before HRH! On leaving the Tower, we walked a short distance to St Dunstan's in the East which is an old church originally designed by Sir Christopher Wren, which was bombed during the blitz in WWII. The inside was destroyed but the outside walls survived. Instead of demolishing it, the London City Council turned the shell into a reflective garden - letting nature take back over and installing seats and a water feature so ...
... there was the terminal....made it! Next hurdle...need a different train as I missed mine. This time...no person at the gate its a machine...ugh. It asks for my booking number and I punch it in....it came up with a real polite message saying that it was impossible to meet my itinerary as I was dumb ass late. so it offered me a new ticket two departures from mine and it punched out a letter "S" card. Whew least I had a ride...now I had no worries cept I needed ...
... but the boys enjoy it while she hugs the wall. Chris whispers from the other side of the rotunda, and we dutifully place our ears against the cold stone listening for his whispers. "I hear him, I hear him!" exclaim the boys excitedly.
We climb a couple hundred more steps, steep circular stone stairs up to the outer dome outside. We can look out over the City from all directions. How this city has changed since Sir Christopher Wren built ...