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Full List of readings from Friday 3rd April
- "The Letter" by Wayne Carson Thompson, sang by The Box Tops, performed by Tom ...
set out on your vacation, make sure you plan your whole holiday comfortably. If
you are planning to visit a destination to learn about the culture of that spot
then you must take a minimum of one week's stay. However if you are okay with
spending more time and becoming a part of the city then you can even stay for a
month’s time. Either way there is one thing that you need to choose carefully.
It is accommodation.
... many street performers and tourists. The big blue chook among all the historical buildings amused us. A walk around the National Gallery to The Mall and Admiralty Arch that leads down to Buckingham Palace. Kelly took more photos of the monopoly board, she is getting quite a collection now! We then rested adjacent to the square at St Martins in the Field, did some people watching and for a £1 Kelly fed the pigeons (inflation - used to be ...
... were locked, the last opened up directly onto a wall, it wasn't a cupboard at all. No time left, I pressed myself against the wall and tried to be really small remembering I had once hidden behind a milk carton.
"They've gone. You have four minutes until the cameras are back up!"
More searching, now pulling the furniture apart. I have that scrap of paper in my hand, it must mean something.
I'm now behind a curtian in the window bay ...
... along to see you work and see what you’ve been doing for the last few months. Australia was a bit too far to come from for mum and dad, but Marian gave up time with her parents (who had just arrived from Oz) to visit me on the Saturday and see what I’ve been doing.
I gave her a tour of the grounds, we sat and watched the volleyball finals and Marian watched me work the chaos of medal ceremonies, before we headed up stairs to ...