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... also a lovely afternoon for reminiscing over our journey. On Sunday we headed into London Town to catch up with our gorgeous Tum. It was a beautiful day, the sun was once again shining, not much wind about and the city was busy. Life is so much simpler in a small hire car, parked at the train station and 15 minutes later we were in the city. Met up with Tum and headed towards the Thames. I wasn't really taking much note of our surroundings, too busy being mother hen to Tum and catching ...
... style="line-height: 25.5599994659424px;">I went out for dinner with a couple of the guys from Sequence 8 tonight...yes, I went again. It was lovely to catch up with them and it is about time I give you a written insight into why I have gone three times.
Here is an article I wrote for them.
most ginormous circular water lily pads, the normal outdoor water lily pond and
the Mediterranean garden which had a number of olive trees but we could not see
any fruit. Apparently they have had a terrible harvest in Spain so olive
oil might be expensive this season. A highlight was the tree top walk level
with the crowns of huge oak and chestnut trees, these trees are ...
... at the Avis office thought it might be to do with the broken aerial. It turned out that it was very fortunate that we had a road atlas as back up....thanks for that Mick. I really liked Oxford and wish that we'd had more time there. The lovely oldies that we'd met before had offered to show us around if we'd had more time.
We made it to the train station and caught an earlier train getting into London around 2pm. We bought our Travel cards which give us ...
... so they were a bit of a novelty. Em was the cub scout who had travelled the furtherest distance to attend the Fundays, so she and Rob were interviewed by the Scout Media people. They also took a couple of really nice photos. Other things Em had a go at were the 3G swing (a swing where you get pulled up really high via a rope and dropped so that you feel a 3G force as you swing down), abseiling down a rope rather than bouncing down ...