Ibis Reading Centre
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... too much and chatting with our neighbours. But it certainly beat the alternative of sitting out in the main concourse on hard chairs and having to pay for everything with only 45mins free internet.
Our flight to Singapore boarded on time and the journey was fairly uneventful and we both managed to sleep/dose quite a bit. Our seats weren't anything spectacular so difficult to get comfy and have a decent kip. We arrived in Singapore ...
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Whooo hooo! Wonderful ride on the Eye. We all laughed at our photo which was taken while on board, it was a study in family dynamics..Ha! Though we enjoyed the photo we decided not to purchase it for the future. It will need to remain a memory.
Watched the 3D movie and decided to head back to the hotel. We have a very early morning ahead of us. It is 8pm now and the rain has found its way ...
So I decided to do a stock take of everything I have to pack last night, and to see if I could fit it all in by backpack. I've been keeping a drawer of everything I intend on taking and I was getting a bit worried as even closing the drawer was getting a bit tricky, let alone fitting all of it in.
When I emptied the drawer onto the bed and put my backpack next to it all my first thought was "no chance". Given my shoes, jacket, and some of my toiletries ...
... in all in and around this area - a good haul.
So, after more visits to family and friends, it was back to London to prepare for the big OFF.
There was one last stop we wanted to do and that was to visit, and do some work, at the Society of Genealogists in London. To say the least, we were devastated when we turned up there to find that they close on Mondays - probably the biggest downer of the whole trip. Time to go home.
... a wander about looking at the old and amazing buildings in the city. We wandered about the outer buildings of trinity college at Oxford and were amazed that they had a building for their ladies rowing VIII as well as their Mens and also it looked like two separate buildings that the second VIII's lived in as well - obviously an important part of life at Trinity.
Cecily was keen to head into London to look at the final entries for a travel ...