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... other things like people wanting information about acting opportunities and so forth. They have some templates about how to respond to these things already, but due to the wide variety of things that come in it is hard to follow a template on every response. Sometimes I use a bit of a few templates, so the second part of my job will involve rewriting these and broadening them, and then when staff become involved, training them in being able to do this. So it is not an ...
... I met a chap from Bath who had come to town to participate in the "Shine" walk to raise money for cancer. The expected 16,000 walkers were starting at the old power station next to our hotel at 7.30pm. Come dinner time Jul was hungry so we decided to head out for another main meal!! We found ourselves vearing toward Sloan Square & The Rose & Crown Pub. Well, that was an experience!! It was noisy, became very crowded & they forgot to place our ...
... are insane!
I won't go into the details of everything I saw in London on the two tours but here's a list to give you an idea:
- Wellington Arch
- the Australian and New Zealand War Memorials
- Apsley House
- Green Park
- Buckingham Palace (from the outside)
- The Athenaeum Gentleman's Club
- Admiralty Arch
- St James Park
- Queen Elizabeth's Tower/ Big Ben
- Westminster Abbey
- The Palace ...
... going to be the last one home, but Michelle was showing off and still at work when I arrived back at 11.30pm)
I had arranged to meet up with Thembi on Thursday morning at about 10am in Covent Garden. We had a lovely walk around some of the shops and laneways around at about and ended up wandering down to Trafalgar Square. Thembi and I then jumped on the bus off to Camden Markets where we had delicious pizza for lunch (including a second free pizza from the owner to ...
... would be our first address in the Northern Hemisphere.
Bourne End is a small village in Buckinghamshire, right on the banks of the Thames approximately 30 miles out of London. It has two petrol stations, one smashing bakery, one evil Costa (according to Ray) and two Co-op supermarkets. We immediately went for a stroll around the town and down to the river, along Dog ...