Marriott Executive Apartments London, West India Quay
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... On Sunday morning Noel and David watched the Bulldogs defeat Collingwood. They were both very happy with the result. After lunch we caught the bus to East Dulwich to watch David play his elimination final at Peckham Rye Park. The Park was home to Italian POWs during World War 11 although there is no evidence left of the huts they lived in.The first quarter of the match was terrible. David's team were kept goalless. Things improved in the second quarter and they finally hit ...
... br> After all the usual papers were checked and rechecked, I was told to sit and wait and I did, for 3 hours (its just like getting a visa at a border)
A supervisor came out and asked "Why I wanted a 6 month visa ?
I said Well I fly out on the 1st July and don't get to Ethiopia until September (or there abouts) and if I had a 3 month one it will expire before I even got there"
Seems he went off to have a think about it
He came back ...
Ric arrived today. Bit of a shaky start though. His phone wasn't working so he couldn't let me know when he was arriving, and then he arrived with no luggage. It was still coming from Dubai. We got on to Qantas and it was no problem. It ended up getting here later that day and they delivered it. All good. Our time in London was good. We did the hop on hop ...
... photographs are not allowed inside the vault where the Crown Jewels. But really they are spectacular. I ended up with a guidebook and a couple of postcards, but man I wish I had photographs. Interestingly enough, one of the Crown Jewels contains the Koh-i-Noor diamond, which was actually mined in India and some claim from Golkonda Fort, which is in Hydrrabad (where I will be for several weeks). Anyways. Lots of gold, lots of diamonds, lots of precious jewels. ...
Today was our last day of tours and lectures. We started off by going to Wimbledon. This started with a lesson on Wimbledon's business side and brand. We learned a lot about the history and how they make money, which was really interesting. Then we went to Centre Court which was awesome. Then we went on a tour of the rest of the grounds which was all very pretty and exciting. After that we went to the museum and got to see the ...