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... obvious that quite a few passengers were planning to get off so it was quite a relief when we were actually on the platform with all our luggage - the time was now 0453. We then made our way almost the entire length of the station (which can easily take the standard 18 coach and 2 locomotive trains) and made our way to the taxi rank ready to negotiate our taxi fare to the airport (as westerners are regularly overcharged). However the first taxi driver ...
... James Park and met up with Mike after work at Lords Tavern and had numerous dinners in their favourite haunts all for 5 quid a meal.
One Sunday, we took a train to Brighton, and hired bikes and rode along the coast to the neighbouring towns, had coffee and cake, fish and chips and they made Ross and I go on the Crazy Mouse roller coaster out on the pier. They got one chance......never again. I ...
Nic went off for drinks with some mates last night, he wanted me to come along too but I was quite tired and more interested in my book and a QI episode. Nic came home at 2am after a dozen beers happy and tired, but not too drunk (surprisingly, he even turned down greasy spoon this morning!) After a late night ...
... into my image and clothing (although I have found that to help yourself feel your best, you do need to put in some effort).
We also had our fourth housemate move in, Jess. She is excellent, and is always willing to watch a Disney film, or go to the theatre, or have wine :)
I also accepted a position in Barranquilla Colombia, teaching grade 7-8 science. A new adventure is about to start!
June- Busy busy. Mostly with exams, marking and report writing. ...
... our walk. Past the Monument in memory of the London Fire in 1666 which raged for 3 days and allowed for a new plan for the city. Down Cannon Street, stopping for a coffee and tea, then on past St. Paul's, clicking pictures at every turn. We arrived at Trafalgar Square to a mob of people. There was a demonstration of Sri Lankan's deploring the disappearance of over 146,000 citizens by Tamils. There were people giving out Free Hugs, ...