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... and you could hear an anti whaling protest across in Green Park.Quite a few police cars with sirens whizzing past. We made or way through the park to the tube station on the other side , stopping to look at the Canada gates and the Canadian war memorial, very beautiful and peaceful, water following over maple leaves. Finished off with dinner and a pint in he George and Dragon. Feet are incredibly sore, voltaren and panadol before bed.
... running around sticking my dick in anything that moves. It's both a blessing to be rid of such a toxic person, but being alone is a little lame.
I woke up around 11:20pm, figured I'd get a little blogging done, pull out the laptop and ding, no battery power and I don't have an adapter. So I head-out and figure out where I can get a power adapter at near midnight on a Wednesday. Well Sainsbury's to the rescue. I manage to get an adapter for £5 ...
... London to the London Eye. We weren't able to ride the London Eye due to time but we're hoping to go tomorrow. We made our way back to the hotel before we had to go to the soccer game Sofia and I fell asleep and woke up later than we were hoping. We were on track to arrive at the game just 15-20 minutes late but we ended up being an hour late because we couldn't find the stadium. We saw both teams score so it was pretty ...
... the "real London" in this authentic London tour:
The day starts rising from your vastly overpriced room in your pokey, depressing flat and heading out for a long tube ride during rush hour. Stare at your shoes uncomfortably or pretend to text whilst intimately packed cattle truck style an inch from a strangers face.
Next our journey takes us to elephant and castle. Forget harrods, elephant and castle is where ...
... to secure some accommodation to spend a few days exploring the city. The final 30km into Norwich was on a beautiful rail trail right into the city centre. We arrived about 5pm and spent an hour trying to source some reasonably priced accommodation, but to no avail. We decided to head towards the city campground, arriving just in time before a huge thunderstorm struck. We sheltered in the wash-up area, and were offered the kind hospitality of a lovely couple in ...
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