YHA London Thameside
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We have survived week one...with only toast for breakfast (not cereal and toast!!!)
London has been really good, a lot better than we expected. The weather has been lovely and sunny, gets bright soo early however and the girl in the room won't shut the bloody curtains, lauren is awoken every morning to a blinding rooftop ahhhh …
Today was the day of our surprise. We quickly got ready and called a cab. The cab took us to the Victoria's Station were all the buses were. The tour paper said that we were headed for the..... get ready for it.... the Warner Bros. Studio, where the Harry Potter movies were filmed in particular. We saw things like the Diagon Alley, the real costumes in the movies, the real Great Hall, and the model of the castle (they filmed ...
... irate and put him behind his schedule. We still arrived in plenty of time and made our way thru Customs and had a look around the Duty Free Shops.
Once we settled into our seats on board, the captain announced that we may have a short delay due to one of the passengers. The crew decided to get a medical team on-board to assess the woman and deemed her unfit to fly. The ground crew had to reattach the air-bridge and ...
... experience! We then went to lunch at Victoria Park on what had become a delightfully sunny day as the leaves were emerging on the sycamore trees lining the bike path around the pond. We had breakfast outside next to a nest of chicks of a bird I can’t remember the name of, which is like a duck but black and white. We talked of how we all came to the dharma. My favorite kind of conversation over local organic delicious food as I received the attention ...
We met Todd (worked with Patty at KFC and went to school together) at a concert that he invited us to go to at the Union Chapel. This was like a community organised amateur version of Live at the Chapel in Aus. There was 3 acts all classicalish, ...