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... line-height: 25.5599994659424px;">Then it was off to the O2 to see a ginger sing.
And sing he did. (Oh, but before him was an incredible support act!)
I've never seen anyone ace a looping pedal as much as Ed. I can't actually tell you how many tracks he had going because I couldn't tell. They all blended into the songs so ...
... colour. The Piccadilly line is blue which Mum said was the one my Grandy would have used when she grew up in London. We were staying near Euston and Russell square tube stations. On the way there was a really cute dog on the train. We jumped off the train and went to see Big Ben! We didn't climb it today. If you don't know what Big Ben is it's a big giant clock. We got a great view of Big Ben. After we thought we were walking to M & M world, but we ...
... of being in awe of the marching soldiers and great history, we found ourselves in awe of the pushing people. Little did these pushers know, they were pushing the wrong two people. We stood with arms locked and laughed as we fended off our prime spot.
In true London fashion, we headed to the train station via the tube to catch our train to Paris.
I (Ashlyn) write to you as I sit on the Eurostar on the outskirts of Paris excited to see what the City of Lights has to offer.
... such as "my boss absolutely hates me", "I had testicular cancer and am now sterile" and my personal favourite "someone told me I smelt like mould..."
Like seriously? Are those appropriate first date topics? No. NOOoooo they are not. Needless to say I sat there in a very drunk and yet surreal mind state... thinking is this actually happening to me??
Thankfully, that is that and there will not be any more dates with Mould Man.
... a tank of petrol once. We rocked up to London at about 10pm, cruising around Kensington with tunes blaring and spirits quite high. Battersby Park was the launchpad for this years Mongol Rally kick off, and upon arrival in the car park, we realized that ...