Macdonald Compleat Angler
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
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... and I am comfortable in my own "cupboard under the stairs."
As previously mentioned, I took the red-eye, which means I left at 10:45pm ET and arrived at 10am local time. The sun was up, I was a little hung over from day drinking with Shmee all day before I left but was in London. I got to the flat, set my stuff down, and headed to the office. The office is also ABSOLUTELY IDEAL in that it is in a really exciting location (Hello, H&M, Carnaby Street, ...
... our ancestors worked in as under gardeners etc and the front of the house was used as Netherfield House in the BBCs Pride and Prejudice. We wandered around the graveyard and found some of the Cartwright graves who were the family when our great-grandfather worked there. We also saw the Courage grave which was the gentleman who showed cousin Mari around the property. It was lovely to walk around the village which has lots of childhood memories for Deb and is the home of our ...
... left and walked down the Thames to Tate Modern. Didn't get there until 6pm so thought it was too late to see an exhibition so went to the 6th floor bar to have a drink and admire the view across the Thames towards St Paul's Cathedral. Great view. Left the Tate and walked across Millennium Bridge to St Paul's.
A really lovely time was had in London. I don't think I'll ever get bored of London as there's so much to discoverer. Can't wait until the next visit.
... to go to the local Caribbean restaurant. Jerk chicken, brown stew chicken, plantain, dumplings, and rice and peas! That was some good eats!
Stuffed and worn out we retired for the night.
... the jungle, clearing the vegetation away at the same time. This was really tiring work, particularly since the jungle was really thick, and we only had sickles to clear the path. This was my favourite work though, as it took us into areas of the jungle that we knew were inhabited by the elusive Himalayan Black Bear!
Setting Camera Traps
Once we had cleared the jungle sufficiently, we set up the camera traps. The camera ...