Mercure Milton Keynes Parkside Hotel
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... and weighed in at about 7 kg, which is good as she will be taking it as hand luggage on some flights. We are both really excited and to be honest it doesn't feel real that in 42 days time we will be winging our way to Thailand. But I am sure as the days count down we will become more excited/nervous. Peace out, Dan. Ps WAKE UP SARA! ...
... torn. I knew what I should do; I should stay and help. Team player and all that. But I wasn't sure what I could do that someone else couldn't do. Tom, Caitlyn, and Natalie finally ganged up on me and urged me to go to London. As Natalie put it, there will always be someone else who can help, and I'm no good to the program burnt out. So I left Pembroke and made my way to Gloucester Green coach station, my heart heavy with guilt while excitement struggled ...
... and the Marx's drove home to their home in Dorset in the West.
At 1:30 pm my David Gunn, my old friend and fellow student at Ambassador College came by and we spent the afternoon together.
Since we're so close to the Ambassador College campus, we took a walk around the perimeter, A footpath led right close to the campus buildings. We walked by the small cemetery where Sir David Yule, Mrs. Charles Hunting and Leo Bogdanchik and ...
... many fascinating stalls. Then we went to Ioanna's flat where we had a happy reunion before taking a walk through Lincoln, climbed up the St Mary's spire with its magnificent view on all sides and Rhodes House where we met one of the friendly Porters and sat out in the lovely garden for a bit. From Rhodes House we walked on and popped into a veritable book emporium, Blackwells, which looked like just any other shop from the front but was positively vast inside. Then ...
... UK celebs only). If you haven’t played them before they are really fun games and great ice breakers. I especially loved playing celebrity head with UK celebrities. I could freshen up on my UK pop culture with the locals.
I’ll have to ask Sally for the name of both the club and the bar because I am the worst at remembering names but they were both such interesting and enjoyable places. That, and the great company, made this night ...