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Lovely little guest house, staff very friendly and helpful.
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We arrived at Gatwick airport just a few hours ago. We had to wait for
about an hour in passport control and then collected our luggage from
the conveyor belt. Once we got to our guest house we went for a little
walk around Horley, there was a lot of second hand shops. At night it
gets dark very late and gets light quite early. …
... am not only able to go on this trip, but go confidently. I'm so blessed to have you 2 as my Mum and Dad.
So this is it for now, I would start talking about how many family/ friends/etc I am going to miss but I don't want to start crying now. I have a feeling saying goodbye to my Mum, sister, Dad and little brother at the airport will be enough tears to last me a life time.
Bon Voyage!! ...
... toilet paper?! We had just left the grocery store as it was closing. It was past 6pm on Sunday. Toilet paper is not negotiable! This became our latest crisis. We ran out to gather napkins or anything we could get our hands on. Thankfully Pizza Hut was open and they graciously but unknowingly resolved our t.p. problem until the market opened in the morning.
Everyone decided to just relax for the rest of the evening in anticipation of starting off fresh ...
... Embassy. Saw it on a map somewhere and was surprised that it was so close, and lo and behold, found it on Suffolk st - a closed street off the main traffic. There was the Philippine flag, and then I hear the distinct dialect of Tagalog spoken in the near vicinity. Outside the Embassy was a lady smoking a cigarette and right away volunteers to take my picture as I attempted to take a selfie in front the embassy. We also talked about the new non-stop flight from London ...
Today started out like any other, Zach was off for his run by the time I got up around half seven and was back by the time I got out of the shower.
We had a nice breakfast that he prepared with the fresh eggs and bread that we picked up at the market the other day.
Dan was making his way in to spend more time with us and by the time we were ready to go out he was at Borough Market sipping a coffee.
Off we went along the southbank of the Thames to the Tate Modern for some perusing ...