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Weather: Mild, sunny
Time for another goodbye. Jan drove me to Liskeard Station where I got the train 10.16am to Paddington, London. A 3.5 hour journey via Plymouth, going over the bridge designed by Brunel, so clicked a couple of nice views from it. Walking along Paddington platform and what should I see but a statue of Brunel. Held in such high esteem I had to take his photo. (Well I couldn't do this blog without a photo!) Underground train to Victoria then mainline to ...
Landed in Heathrow at 4:30am after over 24 hours of travel. The flight wasn't as bad as I expected and I was able to sleep for maybe 6 hours. We didn't get out of the airport till 6:30, there were crazy long lines and I got questioned/interrogated at immigration about why I was traveling and why I was with two older people who weren't my family and did my parent know I was here and how did I pay for it.....Very weird. Came to Andrew and Lizzie's House with Abi's dad ...
... was very important.
All guests this evening were chosen to shine a different light on this message. The amazing all female orchestra as just amazing, a variety of stella guests including the only male guest of the evening was Hugh Grant who was there for a bit of poetry reading, there were comedians, a game of true or false and the presentation of Sandy’s political party.
The poem Hugh Grant read out was really special. ...
... I was trying on shoes Will was talking to the girl at the counter, who was very interested to know why on Earth we had decided to move to London!! Hmmmm, promising! She was telling us how she is studying law, and that in the UK the government loan gives you 'maintenance funds' as well as paying for the degree. The downside is she estimates her debt will be 75,000 pounds when she's finished!!!
Not a very exciting day, just a lot of time on trains really!
... the 3rd floor that joined two sides of the museum. Reeling them in was a popular dance move haha.
Science Museum Lates: http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/visitmu seum/plan_your_visit/lates.aspx
Tonight I went to the Barbican to watch the National Theatre’s production of Frankenstein. It was on stage in 2011, directed by Danny Bole and stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Johnny Lee Miller. Each night the two main actors ...