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On Saturday we were happy to meet with another of Gillies' former students for lunch at a very nice restaurant, Cote Brasserie in Sloan Square - Arif who 'Mr A' taught maths from 1972-6, is now a successful GP living near Northampton. He brought his wife and 2 of their sons and we spent hours eating and catching up.
Sunday we went on a most informative tour of Royal Albert Hall - the guide made the tour ...
... a tie with pigs involved in activities better known to rabbits. a shirt called Mr Grumpy,and some jewellery that looked like decorative chain mail. There were the usual suspects of bags, clothing, scarves, paintings, scarves, table linen, scarves, jewellery and snow parkas.
Luckily there was no high pressure selling and not much haggling which made for quite an enjoyable day.
The bus on the way back was quite a hairy ride. I think he must have been running ...
... 1.6 million km if you like). All I could mouth through the closed metro window was "blue line" and the she was gone. Pulled away into a city of over 7 million people and all I could say was "blue line". I stood anxiously alone awaiting the next train that would take me in the same direction. When it finally arrived I realized that the next two stops transferred to the blue line. I calmed myself and ...
... to the markets and bargains so it was all too expensive for Karry and me.
We caught a bus back to the pier because this morning while we were waiting for Lan to arrive, Karry and I both bought a little framed canvas painting so we had to go and collect them. Then we jumped in a taxi and came home for some peace and quiet. After a cuppa and a sit down, Joc took us for a walk down to Ap Lei Chau Village ...
... know the seller and they said he will send out brand new ones if it goes kaput. We left with our group as very happy campers, successfully crossing the border again and making in safely back to our hotel. After an easy dinner at Spaghetti House (again) we went to enjoy and climb through the lit up Christmas decorations at 1881 and then finally settled back into our hotel for our last night here. 4:30 wake up for our flight to icy London! Yay! - ...
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