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... found our baggage before making our way through the arrival gate, greeted by family. Rachel's mum and dad welcomed us home with open arms, in the traditional Perham way. It was amazing to see them, we were chuffed to bits. Even though time flies when your having fun, there is nothing quite like being home. Surprise surprise, Captain Sadler turned up too for a car exchange. Nathan was certainly ...
... Australia. We then
bought an Oyster card which lets us ride the London tubes cheaper. We had to
change trains 3 times to get to our hotel in Kensington. We are in such a good
position. After settling in, we went over to Kensington Gardens and hired bikes
for £2 each for 24 hrs. We road around Kensington Park. It was so fun. We went past Kensington Palace ...
... to watch Captain Phillips, while I keep an eye out for Colombo which should appear below us soon. Smells like lunch is on the way too! Arrived safely in Dubai..a quick "run" to the next gate and we were off again aboard an Airbus 380. We had great seats and seemed to be roomier. I was really please to be able to see the desert as we flew in over Dubai, talk about vast! The flight was about 7 hours to Heathrow. We ...
... market going on right next to it. Musicians and street performers were everywhere, even on a day with such gross weather. I watched one street performer who for her final act, hung upside down 10 feet in the air, on a beam that was being held up by 4 men, and juggled sharp knifes. She did it, and no one was hurt. It was incredible! Came back to my hotel, and finally got my hot shower. You see apparently it takes my shower 10 minutes to even ...
... pillows, soft toys, whatever is imaginable. It had walls filled with MNMS each color contained in a different dispenser. It felt like a dream come true. But that was not the end of my trip, was it? The next day started with visiting 221b, Bakers Street - Home to Mr. Sherlock Holmes. Each one of us looked forward to this. We reached the gift shop where a policeman in Victorian uniform greeted us. The gift shop contained souvenirs from bookmarks, magnets and key chains to books ...
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