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Travel Blogs from Marlow
... a murderous marching band and seek refuge in a pub, only to lose Ringo in the cellar to a tiger placated by the dulcet sounds of Beethoven's 9th. (I didn't say the film made any sense, now, did I?)
(Skip ahead in the video to 4:07 to see the actual shots from the film)
Again, unfortunately, the Thames is running so high that this path is virtually washed out, and the City Barge is closed now (either ...
... was murdered. Cyndi and I both gasped in shock, as Eddowes is her father's family name. How weird is that? There is a huge, beautiful church in the area there still referred to as “the Prostitutes Church” as it was on a busy corner and made for easy pick ups for the women by customers. You were not allowed to loiter on corners and had to keep moving, so the women would continuously walk in a circle around the church ...
... well as myself.
In the intervening months we have trekked in the primary jungles of northern Laos and stayed overnight in a local village, we've explored the majesty of Angkor Wat and its surrounding temples, I learned to dive and saw reef sharks on Bali, we saw sea lions play fight in the surf on a beach in Dunedin, New Zealand and we saw Linkin Park in concert in Hong Kong. We have been to places that we loved, Laos and Cambodia, and ...
... More was kept was not open to the public, but Sir Walter Raleigh's was. The White Tower had an amazing display of armour and arms. Two of Henry's suits of armour were there, one from his very fat years! He was a BIG lad! The stairs were narrow and twisty turny, I almost became claustrophobic. My prevailing feeling was one of awe at being there, inside this fortress with its 15 ft walls where so much has happened. After doing the Walls Walk, ...
... and got some sundaes from Sainsbury's Local. Simon ended up just going a nice chicken moroccan sandwich for 2.5 pound.
Then we headed back to the hotel.
What an amazing few days it has been to get here.
I am finally sitting in a bed in London.
Wow. We are in London.
From this moment, the next 5 weeks will be hectic. And we cannot wait.