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After saying our goodbyes at the Beluga Resort we contended or massive journey. We checked our baggage through to London at Koh Samui. This meant that it had to travel to Bangkok, Dubai and finally to London before we collected it. Needless to say we were pretty concerned that we were going to arrive in London with our baggage still in Bangkok. …
... Keith, as he's known,gave us a quick brief on tomorrow's happenings so looks like an early start. After our check in to our room Greg was quick to get started on our whereabouts. Couldn't believe that we were so or so close to oxford street. First stop to buy a pair of runners for my poor feet. Hope they survive a couple more months. Unfortunately the photos I took of Marble Arch were on the little camera so can't download them yet to iPad. And forgot ...
... but the guys at the programme stand had the joys of me getting excited in interval.
And I need to book something tomorrow.
Circus training. Because I know I need it again.
They put a whopping lot of fire right in my soul.
Lisa xo ...
... down for adults. Te Papa’s earthquake display
is just as good. Dave then went to the Science
Museum and Tamara looked at the
fantastic ceramics collection at the V&A, after which we returned through Kensington Gardens by yet another route. We enjoyed
watching the squirrels there.
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... of the castle was Queen Mary's Dolls House which contained exact replicas of many items in the castle down to the working light fittings and mini-wine and spirit bottles filled with the real stuff. Additionally, my interest was piqued by St. George's Hall where shields of the Knights of the Garter are housed on the ceiling. These shields were redone after the fire of '92. The most interesting part was, rather than remove them totally, blank shields stand in ...