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After the tour, we decided to walk to the Imperial War Museum. On our way there, we passed a girl singing on the street, a man dressed up as an army figure (all painted), and then street danders. The dancers had a huge crowd so we walked over. The main dancer was just having little kids take bows, so I figured that the performance was over. But then he pulled ...
... outside table so we could do some people-watching, after which we walked back to one of the bridges over the River Thames for a look up and down the river. The London skyline never fails to impress.
Then we carried on to the Aldwych, up to the start of New Oxford Street, and up Oxford Street to Oxford Circus with all its traffic, double decker buses, taxis and noise: quite a walk, but with plenty to look at on the ...
... Mayan ruins of Tikal which were at least as
stunning as the Macchu Picchu ruins we'd seen in Peru but far less
touristy. From there it was onto Belize.
British colony, Belize feels very carribean compared to most of Central
America. We only stayed in The country for a week or so though so can't
claim to have really seen much of it. After a bus ride from Flores with a
very relaxed border crossing - even the official trying ...
... saving that for Greece. After a morning of shopping we needed to be back by the afternoon to go to a concert/festival. Broke got me tickets to Summertime Ball which was at Wembley Park. Was such an amazing afternoon. The festival went from 3.30 till 10 and they had 22 artist singing such as, Calvin Harris, Elle Goulding, Enrique, Clean Bandit, 5 Seconds of Summer, Rita Ora, Jessie J, Little Minx, Duke Dumont, Kiesza, Union J, Austin ...
So today Lucy and I finally set off on our travels after 7 months working at Deloitte. The majority of the year had flown by and we couldn't believe that the second part of our gap year was about to commence. After a final, very British, tuna mayonnaise sandwich at the airport we boarded our first 7 hour flight of the day to Dubai. We had a four hour stopover in Dubai where we managed to find reclining chairs to sleep in for an hour and then we boarded our next 7 hour flight: Dubai to ...