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Hello all from not so foggy London Town!
The weather has been PERFECT havent seen a single drop of rain or shroud of fog in a city famous for both.
Oh my goodness where do I begin? This first week has been, in a way, overwhelming, but not in a negative way! So many new sights, sounds, people, places, and experiences.
I am now faceed with what I believe will be the inherent challenge ...
... From the shopping centre it was a very short stroll to Olympic Park where we saw, not only the main stadium, but the Orbit, Aquatic Centre and Velodrome.
It was a big day today with heaps of walking, the kids sports band show we walked over 16km but because there was so much to see and do we did not notice. Dave and Denise are fantastic tour guides and provided us an opportunity to see their city from a local perspective rather than just visiting the usual tourist ...
... My bad.
I did get to circus, but ran out of time to actually do stuff, so I got my pass and then went back to my house.
I am so incredibly tired and I don't know why.
Today I finished something I started in April.
... lessons would have been a hell of a lot better. I cant believe some of the artifacts they have and the whole museum was free. Now we are sitting at the pub having pizza and a beer. Our hotel is surrounded by pubs, even one called the Crown and Cushion. Tomorrow planning on going to Buckingham Palace and Harrods ...
... do was walk outside, this is very handy for a hostel. Upon entering our room our nostrils flare up, I think something has died under the bed, ah no I apologise, it's this smelly Indian ****er lying in bed, his **** covering all but a metre of floor space. We leave as soon as we can, Ganzer has picked up the scent of Nando's from three kilometres away. Not to break tradition we walk the wrong way, arriving at the river Thames. Maccas has wifi for us to use, we look at the map again and ...