Travel Blogs from London
... Lots of fun trivia which I wish I could retain, but always seems to slide very smoothly from one side of my head to the other without actually hanging on to any memory source! We walked from there to the Imperial War Museum, probably not my first choice, but ended up finding it very very interesting. I have such mixed feelings about these places, but was totally absorbed by the information and amazing exhibits. Well we walked and walked, ...
I'm in London with Frank. In the train I know two wonderful girls named Rachel and Mandy. But do not go with us.
London is beautiful, in this time I'm in the station. The first impression that has given me this country is that the people are very nice, I like very much London, overcoat the monuments and "landscapes".
... had to go on her merry way and the rest of us cruised to Trafalgar Square and then onto Piccadilly Circus. I got some new shoes for a steal compared to what you would pay in NZ because I only had my hiking boots to rock out in. Another sunshine filled day, which is apparently unusual for England kicked us out because it was time to shut shop for the night.
We had a plan to send all our unneeded belongings back to New Zealand, so we packed them into a box ...
... tournament even though Mom landed a slap shot to the face.
I'm a little sad I missed Prince Harry at Canada House but I got to see Gordo during the opening ceremonies and shouted "That's my boss!" and neither room mate gave a damn.
I hope you all stay golden. You made the trek worth while and I'll miss you.
And now for my final words:
"The time has come", the Walrus said
"To talk of many things:
Thank you for following our little blog. We have enjoyed keeping family and friends up to date with our litle adventure. We are wondering what to do next year, but that is some time away.
We have a special prize to award and this goes to the contributor whose comments turned our blog into the side show. Mr Bill Osborne thank you for keeping us grounded and on at least some form of diet while we have been away.
Hei kona ra