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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. …
... the three other shopfronts we checked. As it was close by, we then experienced the madness that is M&Ms world. How they manage to successfully run four storeys of merchandise from little chocolate characters is completely beyond me! And of course the areas where you can bag your own M&Ms in a pretty impressive variety of colours is a trap- it is impossible to pull the handle just a little bit to let a few fall in, and even then it is very easy to underestimate just ...
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... Lykia, a Greek temple, one of those items lifted in toto by the Brits back in the 1800s, now in the British Museum.
From the Natural History Museum, titled, and I paraphrase, something like "One Million Years in the U.K." Neanderthal man, from 600,000 years ago up through 50,000 years ago in the British Isles, with tens of thousands of years of absence when he disappeared. The point is that for tens of thousands of years, the U.K. was ...
... to appear. From here we kept walking till we got to Buckingham palace again so many people flag was on pole but wasn't flying so not sure if that was because of lack of wind or queen was just not in residence. From here we re boarded bus again getting off at bond street and walking down Knightsbridge till we found Harrods we were surprised was still open as we were told stores close at 6.00pm so we bought some dinner for ...