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The kids were pretty happy to walk into town today as they were using their new scooters for the first time. It was all going pretty well for the first block and a half but then the footpath started sloping up and it became a little more difficult to push. Within a few minutes Lyndon and I were both carrying a scooter each and the kids were happily walking. Hmmm, that was really not the plan. Thankfully a couple of blocks later we were back on the downhill ...
... The haircut wasn’t nearly as bad as it could have been but nevertheless, it appeared the hairdresser had completely ignored what Mattijs had asked for and he’d been left looking like a confused hipster. Miraculously, my haircut turned out far better than I could have imagined, even if it did set me back an eye watering £30….!
After the action packed last few days we’d spent in Prague, we took it easy for the rest of the day and went for dinner ...
... thousands of people at any hour of the day or night. You have to dodge the tourist groups with their leader forging through holding up a coloured umbrella, and watch out for Segway riders hooning through the square creating danger for themselves and everyone in the way. The big attraction there is the famous astronomical clock which is over 600 years old. The astronomical part reflects a medieval perspective of the world, and when the hour chimes, the ...
... mine pretty quickly whilst Kat on the other hand was drinking like a mouse. It was my round next so I went to he bar to order the same round again. I saw Kat's friend Sami at the bar who was wasted. As soon as I paid for our drink she grabbed one of the drinks and wouldn't let go. I thought she was joking around but she seriously wouldn't let go. I was trying to take it off her because, 1- it was for Kat and 2- Sami had way too much to drink already, so I was trying to do her ...
... to say, Rach ate all of hers and then had my leftovers - that woman is Chocolate crazy! After spending time to digest all that chocolate we strolled over to the Charles Bridge and meandered across it towards the castle, singing parts of INXS’s “Never Tear Us Apart” as we walked in honour of Michael Hutchence and the film clip that was made right in that very spot. The bridge was packed with tourists, musicians and artists selling amazing photo’s ...