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... sat on skype with Amy discussing christmas and new years until it was time to go pick Lottie up from School. The walk home with Lottie was hilarious, she was absolutely busting for the toilet and so was walking really funny to try and keep it in. I kept telling her not to wet her pants and she's pulling these really concentrated faces and saying "I don't think I will" and "I think ...
... charm, its a smallish city thats a bit rough around the edges, the people are so so so friendly and generous. for example, I put on a sweater I had recently purchased and the waiter noticed I still had the tag on, so he quickly retrieved a pair of scissors and cut it off for me. :) and of course there is no lack of bars!! Not only that, but the pubs are gigantic, they look like they could fit some 200 people! We realized right away that it would be ...
... they can have up to 30, so the traffic on the roads can be chaos. Not that it wasn't already! While the bridge had been raising the rain had been falling, so we were a little bit worried about how we would get on at Wimbledon tomorrow as the forecast was not great. We had been so lucky with the weather that we were overdue for some rain. Rachel took us to a Pub which brewed its own beer and we wandered a bit more ...
... with him. I send out a quick prayer and feel reassured that everything will be fine; we have plenty of time. Then some young children walk by and notice me in the car. They smile shyly and I think about the candy I brought to pass out to kids. I have it to Philip for his daughters since I hadn’t used any. But wait! I have some sugar free lemon drops in my carry on bag. By the time I dig them out, the two children are gone. I keep an ...
... tea, which is a hot drink and a scone with jam and cream and they were delicious. We hopped back on the bus for a long trip home, traffic was bad being a Friday and school holidays but we eventually got back to Victoria then onto a bus (our first ever red double decker bus) back to Steph's. She had spoilt us by cooking soup and a roast for dinner. Before we knew it the night had gotten away from us and it was after 12 so off to ...