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So what do people normally do on a Friday? I tell you what they don't normally do... they don't normally head to Ikea.
But unfortunately for us... when we tried to order our Ikea purchases online it said we wouldn't be able to get them delivered until the 11th of October- way too long to wait (even though we have already waited ...
... esteem rocks! Just kidding! Love ya!) Precious and Ann have really started talking to us all and we are having a lot of fun with them! Today we also went to Hyde Park, 221b Baker Street, and Camden Street. Instead of having McDonald's for dinner with the other girls, I got a delicious tandoori chicken wrap and a chocolate croissant. Yum! Tomorrow, we get to go camping!!
Caitlyn - So today we basically toured London on our ...
... as hens teeth at home, let alone being considerably more expensive.
Her view of events:
We spent the morning locally - visiting the Horse Guards Museum and taking another wander through St James Park. The challenge of fitting our luggage into our allowance was then addressed before heading to the airport in a large van - one of the joys of traveling with two bikes.
... we're back indoors for a solid night's sleep, undisturbed by the predicted raging tempest, which seemed to leave this part of England relatively untouched. Parts further south were hit quite hard though, and fallen trees on the commuter lines did apparently impact travel and therefore businesses for a good portion of the following day. Certainly we saw a lot of leaves and fallen twigs on our wanderings, but nothing too ...
... the house where he grew up, his beloved Brentford football club and his old schools, before heading to Maidenhead to show me his mum's old home and brother's house. It was then a very slow journey back to Byfleet on the motorway where we enjoyed a quiet evening chatting to Peter and Jenny. DEREK'S COMMENTS I always like to enjoy the nostalgia when back in the UK of looking at one's old haunts. The surprising thing is how most of it is totally unchanged. ...