No.11 Cadogan Gardens
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... clothes to dry. After all this was over, we headed to the Portobello Market with our other roommate Damien. I was ready with my bag to stuff it with tons of fruits and vegetables. The market was packed and went on for a few miles down a winding street in Notting Hill. There were a lot of jewelry and clothing booths but what I was really interested in was the food. We finally made our way down to some produce stands and I bought so much for more than half the ...
... neighbour and she kindly offered to take Maddy and Mum to the hospital.
Whilst they were away me and Dad did email and homework activities.
Maddy came back and she was much better. She saw a really nice doctor who determined that her ear was really red and gave her some antibiotics.
We then decided to meet Aaron, Annie and Aiden at Richmond Park for a bit of ...
... fabulous view of a brick wall 0.5m away from the window, but otherwise it's fine! Dinner tonight was Italian night and was the first meal that could be likened to real food. It was actually really good. After dinner we had a with the British Council, who started off introducing FameLab. This is a competition between science students who have three minutes to communicate an original science idea. It's in 25 countries, but not yet New Zealand. They then introduced a ...
... I went in and visited the natural history museum (where we got evacuated) and the science museum. They were really great! The science museum was was so huge I think we ended up staying in there for 2 and a half hours and still didn't see everything.
When we got home I packed and got ready for our trip :)
... back, I'm bringing a bigger appetite.
This one you'll have to stretch with me a bit, but I'm going to talk about how the people of London touched me spiritually. I'll still defend the French and say that they are not necessarily a rude people, but they aren't necessarily friendly either. I think the entire time I was in London I came across two people who weren't absolutely lovely. The customs officer I dealt with at 4 in the morning, the guy I bought my ...