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... us up the hill, to the henge. It was really cool. There is nothing up there but these massive rocks, the rest of the field was bare. Unfortunately, on the day tours you cant walk among the stones, you have to stay on the pathway, which is about 20 meters back. The sunset and sunrise tours allow visitors to walk amount the rocks, but I needed to book much earlier so I missed out on that. There is an eerie feeling to stone henge. It is such a quiet place, even ...
... had examples of the weapons the soldiers used including crossbows and their armour. The king was often given animals as a present and a lot of them were free to roam around. There was a polar bear, elephant, monkeys and others. They often died, as people didn’t really know how to look after them. Sometimes people died as the animals were allowed to roam around freely.
There was also a building containing the crown jewels. There was a huge line for this. It was ...
... to make things a bit more festive and set myself the task of making it all a bit more decorative. On this occasion, it is customary to take some "mithai" (sweet meats) with you so in addition I prepared these.
On the day, together with relatives, we made our way to Bhavin's house and were made very welcome by the family.
... was out so it was pretty quiet on Saturday night so we could sleep.
Sunday morning, we ate breakfast and “checked-out” aka left our keys in the room. We went to King’s Cross St. Pancras station to leave our backpacks. It cost £10 per item to leave our stuff there for over three hours. If you really want to know how much that is USD, you can look it up. Its super depressing and I don’t even want to talk about that obnoxiousness. On ...
... We had japanese with Ricky and Ervina to congratulate them on their upcoming nuptials, we farewelled the Great Wall with La La and crew, we wined and dined with the Preston Manor crew (mrs and bubbas too) at Blue Zenzer and enjoyed a nice dinner at Duke of Wellington in Notting Hill with mum, dad, Preena and Scotti.
We will miss our family and friends in London but look forward to the next stop on the trip - Hola Guatemala!