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Let me just say that I can't believe I've seen London! This was my first trip ever out of the country and it most definately was a trip of a lifetime. It was made even better by the fact that I was able to share it and spend time with my sister and two great friends.
After spending 11+ hours in planes and airports were were all very glad to …
... and culture when I leave but I am so thankful that I got the opportunity to experience the London lifestyle first hand.
The hardest thing for me about leaving is having to say goodbye to the friends I have made over here. I never thought that when I started at American Express I would get so close to my colleagues, these people became so much more to me than just colleagues but became friends, travel buddies, some even roommates. It tore at my heart when I walked ...
... the clock and of course the Enchantment under the Sea dance with a real life band playing the songs from the movie and actors leading dances on the dance floor.
The attention to detail was fantastic! I even got a postcard delivered by a mail man (written and sent by Kristy of course!)
Then we got ourselves a spot on the grass with our picnic blankets, had some food and some wine and it was ...
... back thousands of years. Some days and nights we just roamed the streets taking it all in. There is always something going on, with the streets just as busy at 10.00pm as it is in the middle of the day. We ticked plenty of boxes in London, including:
Houses of Parliament
I met up with Amina and her Boyfriend yesterday at Falla. Then we went to The Enterprise for one last drink before I left. It was really sad saying goodbye to everyone because I don't know when I will see them again. I went to Caro's office for a drink. I got off at the wrong station and started walking in the wrong direction for ...