Forest View Hotel
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... my Sequence 8 week to and end. Even if I wanted to I wouldn't be able to see them anymore.
But I guess that is the thing about life. You can't repeat something twice. Maybe four times, but not twice.
And besides, I have contacts in America and Canada now!
The longest day everrrrrr. Totally lost track of all time and don't know where the hell I am at the moment. But all went to plan so I'm guessing we are in London. We've seen airports and train stations and I'm 100% sure we've dodged our first scammer and or pick pocketer. Walked off the train all loaded up with bags looking like a tourist and first thing we see is tunnels going straight and left and right and ...
... drawn to it.
Continuing to Upper Street, I began to find more of the "cooler boutiques" I was expecting. There were still high street chains like Benefit, Reiss, and Ben Sherman but somehow they had a bit of a more urban vibe mixed with the architecture and across from an old lit up movie theatre. When I peaked into an alley is when I really found them. I found an African Waistcoat company,Fat Cat, Gorilla Perfumes and the beloved ...
... afternoon tea" and a bird flew from behind me and landed on my table, trying to grab my scone. I think it was a seagull, but don't seagulls live by the sea? Maybe it was just a gull... if that's a thing. I KNOW some of you assume I'm exaggerating but its wingspan was at least 2 feet and landed MAYBE 1 foot in front of me. Of course I screamed, as did people sitting nearby, and left my table immediately. Aside from that incident Bath was well-worth the ...
Nearing the end of our tour now. We woke to the news of the second Malaysian plane disaster, a shocking tragedy for so many. While Greg and the girls did more touristy things Annie and I had a bit of a sleep in and then walked through South bank and had some breakfast. We checked out the Festival of Love, which is a project in South bank, with lots of attractions, entertainers and loads of stalls with food from countries all over the world. ...