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... a street similar to Hardware Lane in Melbourne. But Brick Lane is famous for curries. Actually London is famous for there curries so I was told. We stopped down there for tea and I must say being Italian and never having had tried curry before (yep you herd right) it was amazing. We did roll home but hahaha. From leaving the house at 9am n getting home at 9.30pm I say we completely rode ourselves off and slept like babies that night. Until tomorrow goodnight ...
... fašade. PURPLE! Neon Purple with the letters Upper Class. Drawing us like a magnet ever closer. Enticing us. This was the first time I squealed with excitement. Now those of you who know me know I don’t do excitement and I certainly don’t have a tendency to squeal. At least not in a ‘Deliverance, like a pig’ sort of way. Due to our recent long haul flights, we had amassed enough frequent flyer miles to treat our self to an upper class ticket for ...
It's two weeks to go and things are coming together nicely. Loose ends being tied off and mine (figs) and Chars (Princess)'s journey will begin. It's been a long time coming but finally upon us. Going to miss lots of people but looking forward to our ...
... really. So I said I would go to that.
On Saturday, I went into London to Trafalgar Square and went to the NFL fan rally for the San Francisco 49ers and the Jacksonville Jaguars game, which had food, merchandise, entertainment and a real Superbowl trophy! So I was so excited to see that and have my photo with it. Then I relaxed a little back home before heading to look at a place in Forest Hill/Sydenham that I found on gumtree.
The room being ...
I took them out of my bag.
Never in my life have I met such an awesome security guard.
Our convo went like this:
"If I find liquids, you need to make me a cake"
"What sort of cake?"