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... the journey was fairly uneventful (unlike the last couple of times I've flown to India and had eventful flights!).
Arrival in Dubai for 6 hours 45 mins then onwards to Delhi and early too!
I had a little man (he really was tiny) waiting for me with my name sign and everything wow thing work out here! Arrival at the hotel was weird the little man brought me to a hotel that looked very swish and I was like I don't think this is the ...
Today is the day that Meg has been waiting for. Off to see the Queen!
Elaine organised a day off work and both Scarlett and Isobel were given the day off school. All seven of us boarded the tube and headed into Aldgate, which is at the far end of the tube line that leaves from out here, and is only ten minutes walk from The Tower of London, our initial destination. Lots of tourists were down at the river by the tower ...
... to get to Paddingston station.
Once we got to Paddington we had to queue up yet again to join the line to catch a taxi. Apart from the black London cabs, there were green ones and red ones. I was pleased that we got a black London cab and there was heaps of room in the back for our cases.
The driver told us that it might take a little bit longer to get to the hotel because there was ...
Ready, set, on y va!
Study abroad is something I have wanted to do since my induction week back in 2011. Why? Well, why not? This is my opportunity to spend a year in a foreign country, studying a new subject and meeting people from all over the world. The fact that it’s a year without tuition fees and a beneficial asset to the CV is undoubtedly a bonus. Remember, financial details and those allusive ‘employability ...
... had already formed outside the pub and surrounding shops, pints and all.
By now, we were starting to get pretty tired. It was almost 4pm and we had been awake for about 15 hours. Jet lag was starting to set in. We made our way back via the tube to our hotel. The whole way home we barely spoke. We were both so tired and cranky that silence was best. Again, I stressed about returning to the hot box and not being able to sleep. ...