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... traveling around Australia at a similar time to us a few years ago & we crossed paths in Perth, working at the same pub.
They’re an amazing couple (for poms) & we were so lucky to have the opportunity to attend their wedding, meet their families, friends & finally see where they were originally from- having heard many negative remarks from Gary over the years, usually along the lines of, “Watford is a **** hole”.
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I'll be flying this evening at 20.40 and will arrive in Entebbe at 12.30, where I'll be met by family friends Ken and Sue, who are driving down especially to pick me up. I will be buying my visa at the airport and changing my money when I arrive, because it's a closed currency.
The journey up to Lira is a long and bumpy one, but should be really fun. I'll describe it all in more detail in my next post. Love! xxxx
... Barrie, was inspired to write Peter Pan by a family he met in Kensington Gardens. From there we mumbled around. We saw this really ornate steeple in the not far distance so we decided to walk towards it and investigate. It ended up being the Albert Memorial next to Royal Albert Hall. I had seen the night of Paul, but didn't realize that I was that close to Kensington Gardens. From there we walked toward Kensington Palace, where Will and Kate are going to live and Harry is currently living.
... and I really enjoyed meeting them. There was a wide mix of ethic backgrounds and I could tell, some lovely dedicated teachers. I had to speak for 5 hours all up and I must admit to hoping that I had enough material to share for that long. I had nothing to worry about. It was the opposite in fact. I can hear you all groaning as I write.
I shared a little about our school and also showed them a couple of photos of Sydney Harbour from the ...
I don't want to make this a long list. That's not how travelling is supposed to work: ticking off, and flitting from one land mark to the next is a quick way to empty experience, even if there's only a few days in which to explore.I think this is especially true in London, which is so full of stuff that it would take a lifetime to see properly, let alone just one week.
There were things that I earmarked to see, and I probably did get tourist trapped like everyone else, ...