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... by arriving at our flat in Fitzrovia at the exact same time as them, in a sort of fairytale ending to the travel. We came at the flat from the opposite sides of the street and I was sort of visualizing a slow motion run and chest-bump type of celebratory meeting. The real event was slightly less dramatic but still cool.
Our flat is located in Westminster, ...
... shirt, we looked out to see rugged up office workers in heavy jackets, hands dug deep in their pockets. Whilst we were having lunch I read the information guide provided on the church and saw there was a Bach organ recital at 6:30 in the crypt. You may not know that Greg loves the organ music, especially Bach so we decided to see the concert at the end of the day. After lunch the next stop on my list for the day was The Memorial to Heroic ...
... He or she are protected from physical abuse but
the crowd can argue, agree or disagree. Really funny to watch as the place is
filled with all kinds of nut cases.
From here we caught a London double decker bus to the Soho
area. Soho is known for being totally over the top with regards to fashion and
sexual preference. It is also very arty and filled with pubs and other forms of
entertainment. All one needs to do is to take a seat ...
... and proceed to the train. So I get in line...and drive on a train...kinda weird to drive a long way in a training but eventually the car in front of me stopped and that's my que to park the bike with no tie downs. the doors close and we slowly proceed to get going. I just sprawled out on the floor as I had nothing better to do. Almost nodded off and felt the train slowing....and we were in France. Too easy doors opened and off we went.
... it’s more than this, as this is based on the blog entries and straight-line travel, which wasn’t the case in practice.
Number of countries: 15 (Brazil, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Chile, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, China, Vietnam, Thailand, Laos, Myanmar, Malaysia, Indonesia) plus 2 where we didn’t overnight (Argentina and Paraguay)
Longest time in one country: 85 days (Australia)
Shortest time in one country: 4 ...