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... Hever Castle, the childhood home of the ill-fated Anne Boleyn. Loved this place. The rooms inside were magnificent and so well kept with examples of chairs and beds and tapestries all from that time period. The gardens were also lovely. There were mazes, wisteria, Italian gardens, rolling fields and a lake. A really great experience and well worth the effort it took to fond the place.
And lastly today we went to Canterbury. ...
... we are playing at a club where they were playing cricket 25 years before Australia was even discovered.
The locals put on a "Mexican" feast for us - curry chicken, chilli con carne and vegetable curry - I suppose it could be called Mexican. Anyway, no need to hold back now. I fill my plate and with Chappy volunteering to drive the car back I can even have a drink or two. We settled in to watch the World Cup Final but ...
... moving back on to the tuuuube to Leicester square again to try our luck with cheap theatre tickets. Most of the good shows sold out we decide to spend big on dinner and dessert. We had an awesome ice cream from a small gelato place, with the flavours of snickers, dark chocolate (72%25 cocoa), espresso and the special (chocolate custard with praline). We finished the trip by heading to ...
... and a place that sold fish and chips, so I was a happy boy.
Certainly plan to go back to London proper sometime soon and really see what it has to show. And as far as the conference was concerned, the college was really cool at looked A LOT like Hogwarts so that was cool. And I learned a lot about IB. So....mission accomplished.
Thanks for reading. Enjoy the pics! Good bless.
... that it's a bunch of 5,000 year old rocks. Don't get me wrong, I'm so glad I got to see them. But there's only so many pictures you can take of moldy rocks. Oh, and sheep. It's the oldest thing I've seen in my life and probably will ever see, but I don't think I'll be making another trip back. An hour staring at rocks is enough for a lifetime, and I always have my pictures if I want to stare some more.