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hmm I haven’t wrote this until now cause I was expecting an email from Nathan. I left a message Nathan’s mom who I think still lives there according to the neighbor to pass on to Nathan which had my email address on it. To be fair the neighbor did say something about Nathan not living there …
Well besides Canada being part of the Commonwealth along with England and sharing the same queen, I was just plain excited to see London! I had been living in Spain from May and it was the end of the summer in August. My sister and her boyfriend were taking a trip to Dublin, but first were stoping to see London for a few days so I decided to take a …
... but it was worth it!
Oh yeh, a couple of nights before the league Semis we went to a surprise birthday dinner for great family friend of 19 years Tanja Kabalin! We went down to where she flats in Putney and surprised her (organised by her great boyfriend Jono) with her flatmates who are all kiwis too. Was a really nice night, great food and company celebrating the ageing of a great friend!!
The next weekend I watched the Rugby ...
... there is barely any room left. No photography inside, unfortunately.
A change from curry for dinner - pasta tonight ;-)
Spent the evening packing. Listened to the Americas Cup final live on my iPhone - very disappointing. Started the day at Westminster Abbey, only to find that it was closed for a private service until 2pm! Had the best, cheapest coffee from the caravan outside though (GBP1.80).
Quick change of plans ...
... The Test Loop'. Through Scotland, Ireland and back to London through Wales. The purpose of ‘The Test Loop’ was to see how the bikes hold up, gauge the gear we have, and test the function of life in a tent on the road. Technically speaking we have done that. Our lives had become primitive, hunter gathering food, water, fuel, shelter, electricity and getting from A to B. We slowly discovered we were testing far more.