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... meats and fish waft though in an unusual mix of fragrance. Add to this the scent of unwashed locals, and the sensory overload is complete. This area seems highly Muslim populated and very different from the glossy exterior of Marylebone and Mayfair. We finish the street walk and find a taxi to escort us to the Victoria and Albert museum. The building is staggering, the detail and work that has gone into the facade, not to mention the interior is ...
... to house the Crown Jewels and other treasures - of course no pictures of the jewels but took lots everywhere else. The White Tower houses the spectacular royal armour and provided an idea of the physical sizes of some of England's kings. Outside was the site of Anne Boleyn, Catherine Howard and Lady Jane Grey's executions, amongst others, which is now commemorated with a sculpture and remembrance poem. We saw the 'Bloody Tower' where ...
I wonder how long it'll take until I adjust to UK time...two nights of going out surely didn't help the jetlag either but ah well. Apparently Wind Street isn't only infamous in Swansea, it's infamous in the UK! And I survived it twice! Sadly my bank card did not...what a pain in the ass that has been. I've been using this travel money card in place of a bank card but now I've found myself in London and I've got no way to top it up unless I have a Visa card with ...
... Show to inspire us for the year to come.
Sat night saw myself and Marian take the Jack the Ripper Tour!! We first up had an amazing dinner at a random French restaurant off Brick Lane. We toured all around White Chapel etc. I didn’t realise how brutal this guy was. And we finished just outside the Spitafield Markets. I had spotted a lovely cheese and wine bar here last week, so off we popped for some wine and cheese to end our evening.
Most epic week ever! ...
... team. There is a national curriculum for Key Stages 1, 2 and 3 and it is mandatory in all 3 stages. The curriculum can be fond here:
https://www.gov.uk/government/publicati ons/national-curriculum-in-england-desi gn-and-technology-programmes-of-study
For those of you that are familiar with the Australian Curriculum: Technologies the first thing you will notice is that the document is 3 pages, in comparison to our 108 page document.
The purpose of study for ...