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... for anyone to receive your salary week after week you have to document to operate on a daily basis to "earn your pay". This 9 to 5 may be financially and emotionally unfulfilling for you because there are financial limits even worse. The salary or hourly wage is usually capped per position, so it doesn't matter if you advance there are only so many levels to advance to and your usually grey and old by the time you reach the top of the pyramid and that's if you ...
After our exploration of HMS Belfast we walked to the tower Bridge where we took more photos and walked across the bridge after checking out the shop and buying more souvenirs. We took external photos of the Tower of London, but unfortunately it was closed, which was a bit of a disappointment. The gift shop was open, however, so we bought some more goodies.
It had been a very long day and it was time to head back to the hotel. It was ...
... As the weather was raining, we decided to take a tour bus around the sites. It took us to buckingham palace, tower hill, park lane, bond street, Westminster abbey, the Houses of Parliament, the cenotaph and Big Ben. Eli was surprised to find out that the building is not Big Ben, the bell inside the tower is called Big Ben. The tower was renamed Elizabeth after the Queen during the jubilee.
We then took a boat tour as the weather brightened up. We ...
... and Pewsey where relatives from the family tree come from and as part of the journey saw a white horse and the Silbury Hill (prehistoric but no sure purpose!)
Our destination for the weekend was Newbury where RK's landlords, Mavis and John from Sidcup now live. Had a great weekend reliving memories (lots of laughs) and exploring the area. The morning walk to the town centre and the Saturday markets ...
A quiet weekend was in order after our fast paced travels through Ireland. A relaxing Saturday at Al and Al's was greatly appreciated. That night we took in a repeat performance of Once and it was as good and if not better the second time. Sunday took us to the Camden markets for lunch and spot of shopping followed by Oxford street. For the first time Paul out shopped Ashe. That night we ...