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... I stay in London, the bigger and smaller it gets.
Bigger in the sense that there is always too much to go and see and never enough bloody time to do it all. But smaller in the fact that I don't need to do it all, and my world within London is small.
But my world for a split second crosses the paths of so many others, as I love people watching.
"Spending seven hours in the airport sounds like so much fun," said no one ever. But when the trip started 2 nights ago with a flight to Amsterdam and the end of the 7-hour wait brings an amazing trip to Paris with some of my best friends, it's definitely a small price to pay! And it's not even the city that I'm most excited to see! Don't get me wrong, this is my first real trip to Paris (having only been out ...
... LDN to Hong Kong - Hong Kong to Fiji Total flying time: 24hours (2hr layover) Total bags: 4 Jet lag: +12 (lucky me) Last English meal: lasagne and cappuccino Total book spend: £34.00 Sudoko puzzles completed: 7 Best items packed in hand luggage: hammock, Christmas bauble and santa hat Excitedness: 107% Sadness: not quite sure yet ...
... and what we couldn't understand, we just said"yes" to. The drivers , and all the workers here, are either Indian or Pakistani. There is no unemployment as everyone who enters the country must have a work visa if they're not tourists. Our Pakistani driver this morning tried to enter Australia twice, illegally. One of the times, his boat sank off Christmas Island, and the second attempt he was sent back to Pakistan by the Indonesian police. ...
... love this self portrait with his ear all bandaged up. The collection has been built up over the years by a number of bequests and includes many other important works such as Renoir's La Loge and Cezanne's Still Life with Plaster Cupid. (Another) One of Ian's favourites lives in the National Gallery, Seurat's Bathers at Asnieres. And of course you can't go past Monet's (Japanese) bridge over ...