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... a disappointment. It was held at Gigalim bar in Clapham South (where all Kiwi;s go to watch the rugby) and to be honest there really wasn't anything Kiwi about it at all. No kiwi food, no kiwi music... in fact the people probably weren't even kiwis.
Needless to say since I had ethics training the next day, we didn't stay very long.
... in Camden Market. Then, after a late lunch and a walk along the High Street, I decided it was time for a nap. I needed to be home when Jenny got off work anyway.
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... facing the living area and was also lit up by a red light. When showering everyone else had to be given a warning as it left little to the imagination!. With a crazy set up like this we knew we were in Paris. We went down in to the local area for dinner. There were so many cafés with alfresco dining as the temperature was mid twenties. It was very enjoyable watching Paris go by while sipping on a C******nay (became the wine of choice because it was the only one we recognised) ...