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... the final part of the day’s journey to Coln Rogers just north east of Cirencester in the Cotswold Hills.
Here we were welcomed by Wiggy & Nicky at their beautiful farmhouse home. We talked well
into the night about our families & our travels before retiring to bed.
Friday 16th October
Wiggy had been yesterday to a class about the 'Arts & Crafts’ movement at the beginning of the 20th century ...
... comb and still 6 hours 29 til landing. Film 3 done and still 4 hours 24! Kip time, next stop Changi airport. 2 hours sleep is better than nothing ( unlucky Jane ) woken by severe turbulence followed by the screams of child that had just completed a bout of projectile vomiting! There is a lovely aroma of baby sick circulating the cabin now mingled with a hint of air freshener and breakfast -what a delight. Bring on day 2 and ...
We enjoyed our breakfast in the Hotel restaurant this morning. It seemed a warm day as we set off for Piccadilly. We walked along to the Piccadilly Theatre and booked tickets for Jersey Boys tonight. Then we went into Lillywhites and I was interested in some Sketchers sneakers but didn't, in the end, buy them. As we were about to leave Lillywhites we noticed it was raining (a surprise) so we stayed there ...
... instead of the proper tomato based sauce, so that killed it a bit. Maybe the place hadn't been staffed with actual Aussies fresh from Down Under for too long and the Poms had ruined the recipe and combination, who knows! Then it was on with the show! Wicked was fantastic and far, far better than I'd expected it to be. I know it's a sell out and billed as one of the best musicals of the decade, but I thought it would be a bit cheesy and over the top. I was very ...
... crowd for the final show.
And what a show it was! The crowd were the loudest I'd heard and I was so glad.
The cast of Sequence 8 deserved every second of that. The sold out. The whistling. The standing ovation. And the 5 oncores.
I could not take the smile off my face.