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This weekend was very chilled and relaxing. Friday night girls night at Laura's was a success! It was filled with junk food, drinks, chatting, and a romantic comedy ("Love, Actually"). I met Laura's cat, Marvin, and he was so sweet! He was shy at first but in no time he was running around the flat like a spaz! He even let me give him a belly rub :) Sorry Jake! As soon as the movie ended it was a quarter to 12 and we all had to run out to catch ...
... of food that we had. Then we spent the afternoon looking at the Vault, the Treasury and doing scientific things in the Investigate room. Pretty cool.
We left at 5pm and then had to battle peak-hour, rain and a packed Underground. We made our way to Waterloo and then caught the overland train to Woking. Thankfully the train went straight there and we walked from the station to Trees' place.
... Such a tourist!
On our first day in London we decided to do EVERYTHING a tourist would do. So we hopped onto the tube and arrived at Buckingham Palace. After taking too many photos it was almost time for the changing of the guard, but, then after two weeks of sunshine we got hit with the I'd expected, Rain!!!! After seeking shelter in Green Park, we walked past Priness Diana's memorial walk to head ...
... one. Hmmmm. I don't even want to go to Las Vegas! We'll see.
Following that, we have just mooched around, sometimes on foot, sometimes on HOHO.
We popped in for a drink at a Fleet St pub, the Punch, renamed to that because it was the regular haunt of all the Punch reporters in its heyday. Ron had his first warm beer of the trip - a Doombar, which was a bit different! Just before we went in we noticed a group of around 20 or so go in. They ...
... our lovely friends and a very emotional good bye to our families at a very difficult time for them both, and with a tear in our eyes, a dribbly nose (3 of us have colds) and a slightly cautious best foot forward - our adventure will soon begin.
Alia (aged 3) Hannah (16 months) Lou (Big girl) and Shaff (Old man) are off for a year, we have one way tickets - first stop Goa and ...