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... as the National Express coach is now only an hour after estimated touchdown. We do a couple of circles over London so by the time we actually disembark we have only 50 mins to catch the coach. 1st bag off and 20 mins left. The last bag 30 mins later so we have to accept that we have missed the coach and will see when ...
... I learnt four things that shaped the rest of my adventure - my head was cold, rice doesn't cook in luke warm water, no sleeping mat was a stupid idea and I needed a spoon.
I then continued to venture through the Outer Hebrides, along gorgeous coastlines and stunning mountains.
I had a few low days, but a walk along the coast was all I needed to fix that.
I spent a week on my homeland in Colonsay where I did actually meet a gorgeous family ...
... for children. The Little Angels Theatre which was built in the year 1961 can adjust more than 200 people. You kids will enjoy live puppet show. There is also a workshop outside the theater that you can see and enjoy a lot.
Changing Of the Guards at the Buckingham Palace
This is a must see destination for your kids. The ceremony includes bearskin-hatted armed forces clad in red tunics. It is a half an hour ceremony and it ...
... a well-used creative community space.
There are evidences of the changing generations and their influences on the house including part of a wall painting from the Blue House days, scribblings on the wall from a joiner and remains of painting to emulate wood carved panels by those who could not afford the real thing.
The garden, formerly derelict scrubland and car-breaker's yard, is now a fun and ...
... Tussauds is a wax museum which is renowned for its lifelike figurines, which were the creation of Madame Tussaud a Frenchwoman who honed the art of making wax models.
She picked up the art in France from where she shifted to London and in 1834 setup the first of her namesake museums featuring wax lifelike creations, which showed the massacre of the French Revolution. Upon her demise her grandson moved her collection ...