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... area. So I will. I'm excited. I'm there for the better part of four days.
Also hoping to spend part of break writing - Wiki creating rather than novel writing - and planning my Christmas break and setting out work for the next few weeks of term, at least topics. If the UK stops changing curriculum, maybe one day I could even plan a cool unit. So far, not so great.
That said, they ran all the new teacher observations and I got 'Good' ...
... out to London Heathrow. Our Oman Air (WY102) flight to Muscat departs from Terminal 3 at 21.05 so we have plenty of time to fill before catching the underground out to the airport direct from Kings Cross St Pancras tube station. Hopefully we will get a little bit of sleep on the seven and a half hour overnight journey to the Middle East and catch our connecting flight to KL with ease . . . . we will have just one hour and twenty minutes in Muscat airport if all goes to ...
... an informal planting style. The gardens are planted with a mix of native, Chinese and Indian plants.
The Royal Pavilion was built in three stages as a seaside resort for George, Prince of Wales. He was a bit of a party boy and had a partner who some say he married without permission of the Church. There are no recorded children from their alleged marriage although a few people came forward declaring the were the illegitimate children of George. The final stage ...
... piece of head-wear you can visit: http://www.rca.ac.uk/showcase/show-rca/ colleen-mcgonegle/
The graduation took place at the Royal Albert Hall. It was the first time Pete and I had ever seen it and were looking forward to entering the amazing venue and just standing with our mouths open staring up, down and all around. It just so happened that Colleen was able to get box seats for her family and us. The anticipation was growing as ...
... and we walk that way, and then....nothing. We walk up the street and down... and finally ask someone. "Just look behind you". What? And sure enough we spin backwards and there in a tiny door, going back under the walk way we had just come over, was the entrance. OMG. No wonder the Germans never bombed the bunker - they couldn't bloody find it.
So, our finding the place notwithstanding - this place was great. The bunker has been left exactly as it was in the war. ...