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... playing pool.
Went sightseeing walking the main attractions of London starting at Buckingham Palace which was packed with people queueing to see changing of the guards. Then Green park for the War Memorial statues suggesting to Ethan how much better the NZ one is as compared to the Australian Memorial. From there Hyde Park where we sat for a bit, onto Marble Arch, Oxford Circus, Piccadily ...
... of solar panels. Some properties would have banks of hundreds. Occasionally you see one wind turbine on a property. The paddocks are all divided by low growing hedges, which makes it very pretty. It's so green and lush everywhere, quite the contrast to home.
One hundred and fifty square miles of the Plain is owned by the Government and used as a Military Base. This is the largest base in England.
Bath has ...
... back many times since and also lived there for a year back in 2006/2007.
This year it is my Lola's 95th birthday so the family are heading back to wish her lots of love and I cannot wait to give her a big cuddle. 95, what a legend.
So for now, this is just a quick little post with a cheeky selfie at the airport. More exciting things to come soon... :)
... of French students on a field trip trapped her in.
We then went to Devil's Dyke right outside of Brighton where you can see for 60 miles on a clear day. We had a bit of trouble finding it and pulled over because we saw a car sitting there. The man in the car was startled as Harriet ran full speed at him, barefoot and crazy (I'd be scared too...) and started to drive away! Sarah and I started waving our hands out the window to ...
... trail markers or at least signs
pointing back to the tourist information / trail center building.
reason I say that is because I got lost on these trails. ...