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Well everything went smoothly with my departure from Greece and I landed at Heathrow airport at about 4.00pm on the 31st March. The queue was long getting through immigration and there are no concessions for being a member of the Commonwealth. All the EU countries now have free access to the country and they just walk on through but us English speaking Caucasians and members of the commonwealth have to join the queue. Caught the Express connect train to Paddington Station ...
This morning we made our way to Wimbledon, which we were all pretty excited for. We were all checked by security before we were let in the facility, and once in, we spent the majority of our morning/early afternoon there. We were given a tour of Wimbledon where we saw all of the iconic courts that had the most beautiful, well kept grass I had ever seen. We learned how the facility makes money which was very interesting and learned that center court tickets sell for as little as ...
Got a late start today (aka caught up on a little sleep). We took the tube into central London and walked around for about 45 min - 1 hr looking for the British Museum. With a little help from some Londoners we found our way. Cool museum with a lot of old stuff. So after a while of walking around….
- I ended up alone
- Found Riley
... name that led up to the main house, the yurt was somewhere in a darkened field, it was very dark and only 5:30 in the evening. Candy was there to greet us wearing riding boots and a large welcoming smile. Perhaps I should note that the lovely Candy was fully clothed, not just riding boots and a smile...oops, my bad!
Our latest stay was 50 metres from the house in the middle of a very dark field, it had a bed, was warm, had no electricity and was very very quiet!
... to be the absolute best day of our trip for me to date! I actually felt quite overwhelmed at times when I realised that the people sized tombstones/flagstones in front of me, behind me, beneath me, were those of some of the greatest literary/political/historical figures of our time. As someone who loves history, it was quite a momentous occasion to be standing on or near their final resting ground! The geniuses buried there are too numerous to mention and ...