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... and my seat 25f.
Naturally I could not refuse the glass of pre-take off fizzy, it would have been rude to.
The glass of c******nay before dinner and the large glass of red with the meal did not take any persuasion either.
So this is the first leg of 6, destination Dubai, for a 3.5 hour stopover. Shower manicure and head massage to look forward to. Hopefully sleep will come ...
... much for dinner so that part worked out well. I fell asleep on the train coming back to London, so we decided to make it an easy afternoon and I had a snooze while Narelle read, her favourite pastime. We will have a lot to catch up on tomorrow but our Hotel is in a great place. We are in easy walking distance to Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey, so can even fit them in after dinner tomorrow night. Well off to get ready for our night ...
Anyway we arrived at the stuffy Marriott to have a drink with Shannon, her sister, her brother and her sisters husband. And after a drink we convinced them to come out to a club with us. So after getting some Intel from the barman, we walked about ten minutes to a club called Carbon.
It was a pretty ****** club but we were wasted, so we hit the jaggerbombs and got our butts onto the dance floor to cut it up Phillay style...
... I'm a member of the library I also picked up Andre Aggasi's autobiography. I did stop in at a cafe for a slice of cake, only to watch someone sneeze out into the open air and spray their germs into the sunlight, so I would watch them twinkle down ... that was gross, and put me off the cake I'd just bought.
Saturday night I headed into Zone 3 to go to a old warehouse called the Hawker House. It's a 2 month pop up like street market with food ...
... for several months - there are major renovations taking place. The first exhibition we went to was a Horrible History on "Spies" (for Poppa and Juju's benefit horrible histories are kids books that explain an aspect of history - in this case it was an exhibition on spies from the Second World War). It was very well done. We then headed to the cafe for a snack and warm drink and then saw exhibitions ...
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