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... the markets which were unreal!! Stone cobbled street, canals and bridges it was so beautiful and some of the most amazing looking food! The market stalls were of high quality but I am already struggling on suitcase space to restrained myself and instead focused on the food. The asian food even had REAL chicken!! It was amazing. I eventually ate so much I felt sick, and London doesn't seem to have many public toilets so I headed back into the ...
... Tower Bridge. However, we made a pit stop at an Australian bar known as the Walkabout (they were playing the footy) to avoid the rain once again. Once the rain had let up we made our way along the Thames once again and diverted to view St Paul's Cathedral, unfortunately it was closed from viewing unless you were there for genuine worship.....I probably would've burnt if I walked in anyway. We then crossed over ...
We caught our flight back to London and arrived around midday. It still took us about 2 and a half more hours to get down to Sarf London to meet up with Mandy's friend, Gail, at Epsom. Steve had a date with a couple of Irish blokes so he jumped on a few more trains before arriving at Horsham, about an hour away from Brighton.
EVM are coach builders with a factory in Ireland and they work with ...
... to go. I browse around the souvenir and duty free shops until I find some cute t-shirts for my nieces with Kiswahili phrases translated on them. They’ll get a kick out of that, I think. I’m still way early, so I sit down next to the gate. After a few minutes I realize that it’s not a gate, it’s actually another security checkpoint. The other airlines don’t seem to have this extra step of security, just ...
So, here I am all packed up and ready to leave for the Philippines on Sunday to volunteer for three months with All Hands Volunteers on Project Leyte.
All Hands gives volunteers the opportunity to assist communities affected by natural disaster. The work is physical in nature, and depending on the location may include debris removal, home repair, demolition of unsafe ...