YHA London Thameside
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... to the gap in between the train and platform, and Line ends in Cockfoster, which continued to get a giggle out of me every time. Praising the fact that we decided to carry on luggage only, we walked from the tube to our flat and got situated in our home away from home. After a discussion with Wayne (the flat owner) about the weather he suggested that if we had any park plans for the week we take care of ...
... We then caught the tube to Harrods and walked through the massive store! Ash felt very teased as everything she liked was quadruple the generous price she thought it would have been worth! We made our Harrods purchase of a water which wasn't too expensive then headed out of there, which was a feat in itself! We headed home. We napped and then went on an expedition for a good curry. We looked up trip advisor and found a nice place that served southern Indian food. When ...
... and for $225 CAD, they will do a search and return to you a shoddy-looking piece of paper with a fuzzy picture of yourself and some (not all) of your distorted fingerprints on it, stating whether or not you are a good or bad person. the $225 does not, however, guarantee that the muppets who are processing your Criminal Record Check will bother to put down your correct details on the shoddy-looking CRB, something that is ...
... exhaustion that would follow.
Our first two nights in the gorgeous Park Plaza Riverside were spent sleeping off the aching muscles and weary bones before heading off to work again.
I can't say that the staff at this particular hotel were all that welcoming which might have had a lot to do with us looking rather unkempt in our wrinkled clothing and carrying all of our worldly possessions in plastic packets and carry ...
... home, Bozzie, David and George were being entertained by our girls (not sure if 'entertained' is the right word, but anyway...). After some beer drinking, cake eating, map investigating and chatting we all went out for dinner at a local Indian restaurant. It has been a real unexpected treat to have special times with these old/new friends. We are now packing up our suitcases again, ready to head out of London early tomorrow morning, the next stage in our ...