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... drive to London.
I asked Julie how often they do a fry up. I should be honoured as it is rarely and not even for family members ie more something for the international guests.
A full English brekkie consists of toast, eggs, bacon, sausage, baked beans, tomatoes and mushrooms. Like the sausages in particular so had another. Stefan struggled along on a piece of toast.
A relaxed time before packing, ...
... of feelings the last two days. The reality of leaving hit me hard yesterday and I felt sick about being away for so long. I will for sure be homesick and I'm a bit worried about that. I was very glad to be able to spend most of the day with Eric. It was a bit emotional but my ride to the airport was 20 minutes early so it was actually a bit of a rushed goodbye.
I got through the check in ...
... which is good for me and bad for my bank account! I tried on my new clothes and got to get Aunt Tran's advice on what to wear to various dinners and events I had planned for the week! Technology really is a great way to keep in touch! For dinner, I went to Itsu for some very yummy sushi despite my taste buds being a bit muted from my sickness. I had a nice long shower and called it an early night. So nice to be in London again especially in this cozy ...
I had a good sleep last night but woke earlyish at about 5.30am. We lay in for a while and then packed our bags and made our way to Gatwick Airport for our flight to Barcelona. We caught the overground rain from Vauxhall which was pretty straight forward but we had to change trains once and then at the airport we had to take another shuttle to our terminal. We arrived with plenty of time. After we checked ourselves in we did some duty free ...
... our first day in London. No thank you. We also passed the science museum which sparked Sam's interest. Sad to say there was too long of a line so we were not able to go. We then caught our next bus to kings cross to see platform 9 3/4 for a certain fan of Harry Potter (me). Again there was too long of a line so we decided to come back another day. But we did visit the very lovely and authentic gift shop next to it. We then stopped at mcdonalds for a bite to eat. Typical ...