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... did I put that' and from Glenna "Have you done this?"
We had expected to be able to select our seats and get our boarding passes on line but this service does not seem to be available - it allows me to reserve seats for all of our flights but only if I'm prepared to pay some 14+ Aus$ per seat - so no! Anyway we will have plenty of time to check in with our rather large suitcases which have to weigh in under 20kg for ...
... plow into these small sections of woods when the trees and such seem to be overtaking the greens. We determined that we needed to cut down the offending branches and we have the tools to do so but the timing needed to be right. I think that meant we needed to do it when no golfers would be out and about. Didn't want to disturb someone's putt with the sudden abrasive sound of a mini chain saw. We also determined that we needed ...
... is one of the tallest buildings in Western Europe), Westminister Abby, Buckingham Palace, the Thames River, # 10 Downy Street (home of the PM, David Cameron), the Tower of London, the National art gallery, Canada House ' Woohoo!', the Dickens Inn, the Coal Hole pub, the Belgo for a traditional Belgium lunch of mussels and Duvel beer, St Paul's Cathedral, the House ...
... we will head that way. Our return journey was quicker than our heading out journey As the weather turned nasty and decided to rain on us so we scurried home for a dinner of salmon and salad, washed down with some yummy cider. After dinner it was off to see Roger, Lili and Natasha who told us a terrible tale of being chased across a field by angry cows who apparently can become quite nasty at calving time! Soon it was time to say goodbye before coming home to bed. Quite a full rest day ...
... was still so great to be with the two of them. For a short time they were the closest friends I had while traveling, thats what its like when you backpack. You make fast friends that are like instant family, so it was sad to say bye to Blankie. We did walk her to the station and waved her farewell as her train went past.
Jamie was leaving about an hour later for Scotland and I was due to stay on my own for the night. I was happy to make a homemade bolognese sauce and ...