Days Inn South Mimms M25
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... my email had it's desired effect, when Jess called after I went to bed it went straight through and the staff all knew about "Jess' email" and they were urgently trying to resolve the situation with Emirates. They'd send her an email in half an hour they said. An hour later, now about 2am our time, Jess had heard nothing. Jess contacted them again, there was apparently some issue with the connecting Qantas flight. Eventually it panned out than Qantas refused the name change, so ...
Nothing actually planned today because of the big day yesterday and another big day tomorrow.
We decide to walk along to Kensington Gardens which are only 20 minutes away. They
are situated in west London and they were once the private gardens of Kensington Palace but are now one of a number of public royal parks, scattered across greater London. They are
situated to the west of the famous Hyde Park.
These are vast gardens, in fact covering some ...
... palace. We were advised to get there around 11 to ensure a place for best viewing. We were up early on this day and arrived at the gates at 10.30. To our amazement the crowd was already five deep around the fence that guards her Majesty. We witnessed a display of British pomp and ceremony. All the guards taking part in the daily routine were dressed in traditional red tunics and the famous bearskin hats with the ceremony being set to music. "New York New York" & "When ...
... her own. Few waters down and off we head into Regent/Oxford Streets to complete our mission. Find Miss Walker some shoes. Most of the time I must confess was doesn't looking for a toilet. You would never believe how difficult it is to find a toilet in the middle of London city, trudging through the crowds of a few million frenzied shoppers. All whilst nursing a hangover. Not my finest hours. But ...
... reach India, the "jewel in the crown". Hence the stand-off and frequent skirmishes between Britain and Russia (the Crimean War, Afghanistan are just two examples) which came to be known as the Great Game.
Our first stop in central Asia is Kashgar, once a Silk Route town but by the mid-19th century a strategic outpost in the Great Game, close as it was to the border of British India. Both Britain and Russia had a strong "diplomatic" presence there and two of ...