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... something about 'well I won't help you then!'
As I watched him walk back to his seat and looked down at the mess in front of me I had this feeling that he actually just Mick O'd (*) me, and was chalking up a victory.
That left Andie and I. We quickly stripped her bare, changed her using the emergency pack I had prepared earlier and stuffed the smelly soiled mess into a snap lock bag to be dealt with later.
Disaster avoided - thanks ...
... in to catch up after at the day’s end so we decided to have a meal. The meal. We started with a charcuterie for two (gluten free). As we are in London I felt duty bound to order the bangers and mash, Greg had pasta and this was all washed down with a Californian Zinfandel. We walked to back to Joan’s lovely flat in the mild autumn evening to find the usual bland television available on UK free to air television. It makes us appreciate our ABC even more. Good night ...
... conditioned as it took you on a 30 minute extravaganza that took our gaze out towards The Tower, along the embankment and over the grand outline of the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben. (It has just struck how this travel blog writing tests one's descriptive vocabulary and ability to evoke images). After the Eye we sauntered over Westminster Bridge, past Big Ben, Parliament, Parliament Sq and spent some time at the Mandela Statue. As South Africans, we felt very ...
... brand new exhibit on WW1, so we got ours and headed in. After a short time with WW2, we went down for our time in WW!. 3 and 1/2 hours later, we emerged. It was excellently presented with a mixture of audio-visual, artifacts, sign boards, photos, actual implements and detailed explanations of the whys and the wherefores of this war.
It was fascinating, engaging, eye-opening, sad, surprising, ...
... the actual teacher in charge of 33 students is a whole new feeling! I'd recommend it to any new teachers or even experienced, it's great to see different schools. I must say I definitely prefer the Victorian curriculum and I'm looking forward to teaching Aussie kids especially as British kids keep bagging out my accent, they think we ride kangaroos and they call "textas" pens! But it's definitely been a great experience! Now off to finally enjoy my 6 week euro trip! Buon ...