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... a punt on the Cam, and got a free guided tour through St John's College escorted by a friend of Roger. This got us into some private places and was really good.
We had a lovely time doing walks and shopping in London and Cambridge.
All good things must come to an end and we need to get home to start work at the SACE Board so we can pay for next year's travels.
See you all soon, but that depends on the fog. It is pea soup outside our window.
... for prebooked seats for a train that had left the day before. I couldn't check the reservations because the iPad was flat after not being recharged because the chords were in our suitcase that wasn't with us the previous night. I couldn't check our hotel reservation for the same reason so things did not look great. In that great Aussie tradition we got on and pretended all was OK. Packed carriage, all seats reserved it didn't ...
... take a few photos near London's most recognizable site - Big Ben. It started to chime (4pm) as we walked by, which was pretty neat! Still upset that we're leaving London tomorrow, I asked if we could stay out in the city instead of going back to the hotel for a rest. We took the tube to Bond Street, near Oxford Street, and walked through many high end stores. (We didn't buy anything, of course!) Finally, once we'd ...
... small chapels next to the Abbey. On our walk back the security was tight and there were police everywhere wearing flack jackets and the road was partially closed.
We were starving by the time we finished and finally found a food van and ate there. By the time we got back to the hotel it was after 5pm. Tara was exhausted again so we decided we needed a bit more down time.
... including at home, I like Frosties.) We've been buying bread to toast, and we've got some margarine, jam, Vegemite, and peanut butter. In Edinburgh, casting round for something to read at breakfast-time, I read the Frosties box, and on the side of it was a promotion that gave one free adult ticket to several attractions. Most of them I'd never heard of, but buried in the middle of the list was Madam Tussaud's, which was great because one full-price ticket ...