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... their lives. The museum seems to have managed to steal (I mean collect) artefacts from just about every civilisation on earth. Days could be spent here, and it was quickly done in a meagre 2 hours. No late night tonight. We are both weary from our exploits together and alone and from negotiating the Underground alone. Tomorrow we are off to the Portobello Markets, a trip involving changing lines. Hopefully St Paul's Cathedral will get a look in and any other main sights we have not yet ...
... not too certain which) to know you’ve read over 83,000 words of our gibberish. We so appreciated your comments and encouragement and it definitely gave us the boost we needed at times to keep going. Big thanks to our friends following our adventures!
An inspiring quote that helped us along our way was a status update a friend, Gottsy, who said something that just rung true to us.
'You can always make back ...
... be 5.30am. Have to be up early that day. No Brekkie here at hotel. I arrive back in Melbourne Friday about 5pm. Tomorrow morning taking back TEP which is portable wi-fi I rented until 17th September. It's been handy in UK as not all hotels had free wi-fi. Europe was far better. So after tomorrow morning, no more blog until I get back to Melbourne to sign off on the ...
... to speak to you after they bump into you it will most likely be a blurt of anger.
What is distinctively English, and often baffling or even frightening for foreigners, is the immense, almost religious significance attached to the practice of “round-buying” amongst English pubgoers. Pg. 255
Now I know why Americans try to copy the pub concept in order to capitalize. The English pubgoers are unlike anything I have ever scene; it is a ...
... the door of the secure stairwell retrieved, one floor left.
AJ lead us up onto the 4th floor and warned us that the guards patrolled this floor every two minutes and we would need to be hidden when they did come in as our cleaners disguises would not help us here.
The main office was locked, we needed a key. It had to be somewhere in the room outside. We all split up and searched.
"Guards!" came AJ's voice over the radios. We all melted into our ...