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... with wide range of kids from all over the world.
Al and I left boys to be kitted up with their Mancester United gear. We drove to Bath to find some accommodation which turned out not so easy. Ended up taking first available which turn out very nice. Keep getting top floor which s great for views.....No lifts and ALOT of stairs. Dinner at local pub "The Weston". Food atmosphere service ...
We met Tom's cousins Pauline and Wendy at South Kensington and we all went to the Family History Centre of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormons). Once again the people there were very helpful and they have a lot of data both on microfilm ...
Got back late last night after a very long transit, which left me thinking the Italians are a pretty lazy bunch when it comes to changing flight bookings and Reading bus drivers seem to swear a lot.
What an amazing holiday though, from crazy busy street markets of Tokyo, the old world feel of Kyoto to moving stories from Hiroshima and relaxing boat rides with a view of mount Fuji!
I'll add more photos as I can and once I've trawled through the 900 odd of them...
... Bosnian-Hs, Yemeni, Egyptians, Dutch. Had some great chattings and good catch-up with the Brits before the boys came back from a GX v GX football match shouting: "Papa's broken his nose!" Sure enough, Big Papa had had a clash with one of the Dutch guys' shoulders and looked like his nose had been struck by Zorro. So, Papa and his house headed off to A&E. Delightful. The rest of us headed to Leicester Square for dinner at Misatos, a Japanese restaurant that serves ...
... customer, good luck for me.
So what price?
This one ... 1200Rs.
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