Marriott Cheshunt Hotel
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... museum to get a few things. We cruised through Piccadilly Circus then onto Regent and Oxford Street and earlier a detour through Leicester square and Soho. It was just so busy it's not funny. We went back to the princess Diana park this arvo and could hear the music at the park concert which was a freebie. But not as great as at dinner when we got to hear Blondie perform "one way or another" not the whole song but hey i didn't pay to go so can't really complain. All in ...
... t afford the youngest's tie let alone his cool hat. But they looked so immaculate and proper. We had a great dinner at a little pub which was really nice and the boys sampled some local brews. Mila fell asleep on the two minute walk there but woke just as we were finishing and wanted the goose's pie which she evidently did not want to share. Eventually she caved and Mila got some pie. So going backwards it leads me to the plane trip...Peyton was funny as the plane ...
... find somewhere for dinner. We ended up at Covent Garden, where we all enjoyed our meal at a restaurant called Covent Garden Grill. We had a delightful waitress who was incredibly chirpy ... I thought she was Irish but it turned out she was from Canada! After a bit of a look around Covent Garden, (including another Apple Store!), we crossed Waterloo Bridge and made our way home along the South bank which is a hive of activity with entertainers and ...
... gorgeous boys I work with and probably the best friend have at M&S, was talking to me about a week before I left about making sure I get a good job. And all of a sudden, he said to me "and promise me something...promise you'll make the most out of life. Don't let me down" That was seriously the sweetest thing anyone has ever said to me. I had to turn my back to him so h didn't see me shed a tear. And Liam? I promise :)
And that, my friends is it.
... choking back these feelings that are making their presence felt in my heart, throat and eyes. Thank you to you all, you are very special people. Distance may have been significant in recent months but you have been with me in my thoughts always, and these thoughts have been the perfect company for a lone traveller. Now, I suppose I had better go and get a job. Life as an unemployed travelling bum can't go on indefinitely, and it's time to start saving for more global ...