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... us to Piccadilly Square where we randomly chose a direction and started walking.
A while later, we noticed the top part of the London 'Eye' sticking up over some buildings and we made a bee-line towards that, finally reaching the Thames River. We made our way to a nearby bridge (passing right by Big Ben itself!) and over to the other side where we bought tickets to get on the Eye and get a birds-eye view of the city.
... head that Stansted was one of London's smaller airports, but let me tell you - it is NOT. Security lines are the most hilarious thing. No matter how panicked or in a rush you are, you are forced to calmly (externally) wait in a long line (as your mind= "AH! AH! MY FLIGHT!"), and not blink an eye as people rummage through your stuff, take your clothes and shoes off, and VERY calmly walk through an xray machine, and then as soon as your things decide to come down the ...
... then took us to his house which was full of the family’s little children and some parents. Whilst we couldn’t talk to any of the kids in their own language, we did work out that they knew 'Heads, shoulders, knees and toes’ in Bahasa, so we sang in English alongside their Bahasa! What we didn’t expect was that Alfridus and his brother would cook up a Good Friday feast of fish and various side dishes and insist we share it with their family. ...
... and I have lamb with apricots, prunes and pears in a spicy cinnamon sauce. It’s delicious.
Monday we are fresh and ready to see some sites. Since we’ve seen most of the must see places we’ve decided to hit some of the other things there is never time for. We start with the Charles Dickens home and museum just a 10 minute walk away. Dickens lived here for 2 years when he wrote the Picwick Papers. Two of ...
... J K and Goldman, M: China, 2nd edition. Harvard University Press, 2006
Hansen, V: The impact of the Silk Road trade on a local community: the Turfan oasis 500-800. in: Etienne de la Vaissiere and Eric Trombert (eds.), Les Sogdiens en Chine. Paris: Ecole Francaise d’Extreme Orient, 2005, pp. 283-310.
Hopkirk, P: Foreign devils on ...