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... didn't want to, in part because we probably wouldn't recognise anyone now, and in part because he had googled it and felt a recent decision of the licensing authority. The police had wanted it closed down for a number of reasons including, fights, a stabbing, a brawl in the bar, a perception that it was the local centre of crime. While it stayed open, it would seem that it was only just. So, we headed back to Rotherhithe. A nice day ...
It's a beautiful privilege to be back in Jolly ole England and have the chance to explore this glorious country further and from all angles.
For the country of England, the city of London, and the whole of UK, there will be multiple blog posts featuring most of what's up for offer to assist you in planning your vacation here. My first post here, will cover a day trip Josh and I did from London ...
... great pyramids in Egypt. The heaviest of the stones weighs 44 tons and the blue stones are warm to the touch. Today was the perfect day to visit Stonehenge. The skies were blue with beautiful clouds and the grass was a perfect green, made for great pictures. People don't know why Stonehenge was built, was it a burial site, for religious reasons, no one will know but it's amazing and it amazing that it's still ...
... approval because of the fire risk - although it does have a sprinkler system for safety. The central area is roofless and there are signs warning that there are no refunds in the case of rain. The seats are wooden benches with no backs and very little leg room - just like the original. After seeing the building, we had to experience a play. We played it safe and bought tickets for seats. Children, next time you are in London pay £5 to be a ...
... They were all so fearless on the scariest of rides which I of course would have gone on if I wasn't frightened of speed!
Great fun was had by all.
Returned back to Eton for supper and then another Drama Rehearsal. Some very budding actors I must say.
After rehearsals we had a ping pong competition and Khalid was the victor. What talent Khalid well done.
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