Furnival House - University of Westminster
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... is a lot of money, especially given they already gave me a £5 tip! So a huge thsnkyou to...Ben and...Catherine? I think..
My most laughable moment has got to be with a guy who asked for our cider. It's called Cornish Orchards. Never in my working life did I ever expect to hear someone ask for 'Cornish George'. Ahahahaha.
So I think you get the idea that I love my ...
... esteem rocks! Just kidding! Love ya!) Precious and Ann have really started talking to us all and we are having a lot of fun with them! Today we also went to Hyde Park, 221b Baker Street, and Camden Street. Instead of having McDonald's for dinner with the other girls, I got a delicious tandoori chicken wrap and a chocolate croissant. Yum! Tomorrow, we get to go camping!!
Caitlyn - So today we basically toured London on our ...
... our flight, we were fast asleep in our lay-flat beds. We arrived in Dubai at 05:00 and had breakfast and a shower in the First Class Emirates Lounge (Thanks Marc for having Qantas Platinum status!!). We then boarded our next flight to London on the Airbus A380. Two movies and a few beverages later, we landed safe and sound at London Heathrow Airport before being chaffered to our hotel.
We slept really well the first night but both woke up at 05:00 ...
Although not fond of heights we thoroughly enjoyed having a spin on the London Eye. You certainly get a different perspective of the city. After we left the Eye we ended up doing more walking than we anticipated as the police closed the bridge we were about to cross. We also took in the National Portrait Gallery and the London Transport Museum - both highly informative ...
... for bed. The dynamic of the tube had changed on our journey home and I think I spied my first thief, a small boy running between bags. The hotel we are staying in is clean and tidy but the bed squeaks at the slightest of movements, there is some noise from the streets below too, but I think my fatigue will allow me to sleep through the voices and creaks that surround us. The people here are French and very kind too which makes ...