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... bring to my work and persona and to our ensemble as a whole. I can tell already what a love and respect she has for the wonderful world of the theatre, which I find paramount in a great acting teacher.
As I touched on previously, we have had a few workshops/talks this week, which have included an info session on headshots (specifically a British acting headshot, which is a bit different from what they want in the US), a talk with a representative ...
So Saturday was spent doing the packing. Went into town to buy another bag as felt we were short. Turned out a good move as we pretty much half filled it and the other 6 big bags, together with our smaller cabin bags, 11 in total. Travelling light (ha!), hoping it all fits in the car when we get to New Zealand. I spent about an hour on the phone to the Post Office after ...
... of the original Globe where the concentric stones still remain. Magic hour light illuminated the Millenium Bridge and the faded, robin-egg-blue dome of St. Paul's Cathedral. Although we would have loved another day in London to soak up England's deep history--so much longer and more storied than our country's young life--we felt satisfied seeing what we were able to see given our limited time.
Until next time, Europe!
... to the Modern Royals, in particular their fashion, with garments worn by the Queen in the 1950s, her sister Princess Margaret in the 1960s and 70s and Princess Diana from the 1980s. Kate loved the fashion display and took many photos to help her with her own design creations. The visit was made more enjoyable for Kate and Roy with filling out a special kids guide as well as following a smell map, where the printed map was embedded with scents that ...
... on the train and I feel pretty guilty about it even till date. I decided to buy myself a sandwich and coffee on the train. This person who sold it on the train told me to first eat and have my coffee and pay later. I reconfirmed if he would accept card payment as I only had euros and a couple of pounds on me. He said not to worry and went away to serve others. I enjoyed the sandwich thoroughly and the coffee was refreshing. I spotted him coming back to ...