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... and drinks. What a nice guy. He went way out of the way to meet up with us after work. We were in SOHO looking for dinner on a Tuesday night and every place seemed packed. We ended up at a tapas place. Chris met our friend Tom while traveling around the world while staying with gay men. I still haven't read his blog "around the world with 80 gays" but the title is hilarious.
The next day, Deanne did a walking tour on her ...
... everyone. (Plus....I knew I could rely on her to encourage my bad habits.....when the bartender asked if I wanted a single or a double whiskey.....she didn't even look back to ask me she simply answered "double" as if there should even be a question. Love her.....) After a couple of hours of hanging out and chatting people started to peel off to go home, with John, Leonie, Nicky, Jill and I being the last ones standing at the bar (surprising). So we called it ...
... you live?”
“That’s only about fifteen minutes walk home.”
“What I get raped? Mmm..?”
“I SAID… WHAT IF I GET RAPED?”
“Umm.. I don’t.. er.. I think.. you’ll be okay?”
“Mm.. let me ask you this question. If I was your daughter or granddaughter, would you let me walk home that way? If you would let your daughter walk ...
... if we tried to - we'd almost certainly forget many people. But we have Been extremely fortunate to have met so many fabulous people.....and renewed old acquaintances...as well as meeting absolute strangers that provided fun and interest along the way. Almost everyday had its quota of funny, sometimes odd and always very special moments......perhaps one of the most memorable being the young waitress at The County Hotel who asked if we wanted milk ...
... headed to then hostel. Showers, get ready, etc and then we were off to get some dinner and then onto the west end. Went to Nando's opposite King's Cross station. Very different to how it works back home - you're seated, and given menus. You still order at the counter though. And you can buy bottomless soft drink. Caught the tube to Covent Garden, and it was a short walk from there to the Cambridge Theatre. Matilda ...