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... of things for such reasonable costs – why wouldn’t people be there? Oxford Street is lined with people with Primark bags. The money they would make is beyond ridiculous.
I had a good look around and found 7 items to try on. I found the perfect present for someone – not saying who! – and 2 pairs of jeans and a few tops for myself. Now to the fitting room line – bigger than any queue we had been in or probably will be in the whole trip! ...
... thank you so much for such a wonderful time, I really loved seeing you all and another amazing part of this country. I'll will try to be better about updating this blog from now on. I figure I should have plenty of time on the contiki bus to write posts. But it's all been fantastic so far. I've even had beautiful weather (I didn't think that happened in England - it proved me wrong!) Meet up with the contiki group tomorrow night then we're on the road Sunday ...
Rising late, we wandered back across to Clapham Junction and met Sarah. I'd recognised The Grand on the Friday but had completely forgotten that Church was on. Leanne was happily surprised to see all the people in fancy dress wandering around and queuing up. Church is an afternoon "club night" for want of a better term, drinking, music, drinking, comedy, drinking... did I mention drinking?
A roast dinner ...
... M characters. My favourite was the M&Ms replicating the Abbey Road crossing.
We bought some M&Ms for the show, and then we went inside. I think its safe to say, dressed in walking shoes and bright ski jackets, that we were the most underdressed there. Elyse also thought that she was the youngest there, too. The show was 'Let it Be', a Beatles tribute concert. We couldn't go to the home of the Beatles and see anything else. Dad ...
... be able to go into the stadium and watch the athletics (these were the most sought out tickets) The basketball ticket set me back 130 quid (around $208 for those of you playing at home) but i didn’t care. I also managed to get some indoor volleyball tickets.
The day after the Opening Ceremony I had to play footy and thought i would have a cheeky look at the ticket website and there ...
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