Holiday Inn High Wycombe M40, Jct.4
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... here. There is a large market and so many people around selling goods. Many people are are on their way back from church. We again attract a lot of attention due to skin colour. The children seem delighted to see us and always wave, say hello and shake our hands. We meet Betty's mum and grandma. Both of them give us huge hugs and are absolutely delighted to meet us. We find Betty's mum in the pub after church where she was pretty tipsy but absolutely hilarious and ecstatic to see ...
"Hello Mate". The first words spoken to Lucas in London by a customs border agent. He has since perfected his accent on that particular phrase. We flew on the red eye directly from Denver to London, and we now fully understand why it's called the red eye. Wow, we were exhausted. Arrived at Heathrow around 12:30pm after a sleepless night on the plane (give or take an hour or so), waited in a long line at customs, grabbed sandwiches and cookies at Marks ...
... street (although that did not mean that there was no traffic), with quite few shops in it, including some from the international brands (e.g H&M). The side streets seemed to have lots of smaller shops, and lots of neon signs advising their presence, even at 8.30 on a Sunday morning, even if their weren't that many people around.
We walked around a bit, having a look and were interested to note the Krispy Kremes doughnut shop, which ...
I typed this yesterday but it didn't post, so now I have to try to remember what I wrote. I did the Hop on Hop Off tour to orientate myself. My hotel is literally on the street where it stops, so very convenient. So after cruising around on the bus, I got off at Hyde Park and went for a wander. It is odd in the fact that some areas are ...
... away in the shop and they asked me when I was leaving, my reply was "uh, now?". Check in had opened and I was still in Wycombe. All of this is incredibly unlike me as usually I am overly organised and then unorganised stuff/drama just befalls me. This time however I have been incredibly blasé about the whole trip, leaving most of it to the last minute and even only working out a plan two days before. Maybe I'm ill. This trip does ...
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