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... nappies in their job description. Tess was very quickly dismissed from her duties for trying to entertain and excite the patient during a very delicate nappy changing operation.
Then Clint was told his services were no longer required.
Well you see he has this habit which I am the only human being on the planet who would find it annoying. Apparently it is a completely normal technique of finding something in a bag.
Rather then opening a ...
... a beautiful view of London was we walked. At the Trafalgar Hotel on the banks of the Thames we walked down the stairs to the white sandy beach, which is accessible at low tide. We found evidence of sand castles made by children earlier in the day and this was surrounded by the detritus of London. The ferry took us back to the Embankment Pier and then we walked back to Charing Cross and our old friend the Bakerloo line. Before we started our journey I researched ...
Imagine what it might be like to walk with feet made of soft cheese. After walking about 8-10 miles today to almost every London tourist trap, that's how I feel.
We've already made it halfway through the next day, but take a look at the pictures I've posted for our first day recap!
... and I have lived pretty cheaply from Tesco! Alcohol and food is a lot cheaper so I guess it all kind of evens out! We live in South West London called Streatham (Stret-em) it's definitely no Hawthorn as I'm used to, but it has all the essentials: massive park, pubs, transport, supos, cafés all in 5 mins walking distance! It just takes an hour to get to the actual city but then again London is so huge, I wouldn't even know which part is the main city, at ...
... and we headed back to the apartment. Elaine Wishart came over for the evening, so Elaine and Alison spent a few hours catching up at the pub, conveniently located right next door, while Mike took the girls squirrel spotting in Battersea Park, before bed.
London is gorgeous in the summer and this is perfect weather - 22 degrees so its not too cold but not too hot either.