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... all hiding from the pending deer cull in a couple of days!
Mum and Dad had a walk around Richmond and a coffee while I was at my appointment before we headed home for dinner, and on the drive home through the park we were lucky enough to see one of the hugest deer of ever seen chilling out in the grass having a munch. He was just beautiful, and we could now leave satisfied that Richmond Park did not disappoint!
So, I had the day to myself with a list of things to do and how to do them. I took my time getting up, as my cold has only gotten worse. As I descended the stairs, all of the builders made sure to say hi, one telling me I looked good, and to enjoy my day. I'm taking the tube down to Big Ben and parliament, then catching a boat to the Tower of London, then I'll get back on to the boat and continue on to Greenwich. These were my instructions, and I intended ...
Di walked across Walpole Park to meet Esther and Bob at the end of Grange Road and walk them across the Park, past Wendy's place and on to 10.00 o'clock church at St. John's Ealing, just down the end of Wendy's street. Enjoyable service, music not so good, numbers not quite as many as when Di has been before. The explanation was that school term has just recommended and they were settling down to 'term time' routine. While we were at church ...
Today I go home. Got up and Jess and I went for a walk back to the cafe we were at yesterday. I had an amazing hot chocolate and some French toast. After a great brunch together I set off back to the hostel to get my luggage. Just before getting to the hostel I was walking across the street I stepped into a pothole and fell on the street and nearly broke my ankle. I then made my way to the airport and had a good flight ...
Was warmly welcomed at The London Library and shown their fascinating building. Thence to Soho for yummy Malaysian lunch and a wander through London's answer to Greenwich Village. Still plenty of quirky shops, coffee bars and vinyl bins, though Carnaby Street might as well just be ...