Oak Lodge Hotel
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... is around 50 minutes drive from where we were staying and with no hold ups along the way, we were at the airport with plenty of time to kill before the arduous flight home, we were definitely not looking forward to the next 38 hours in total travel time to get home.
Weird because whilst we were excited to be heading home, back to family and friends it was also tinged with sadness that our journey of a lifetime was actually ...
... shooting star going around the room. The focus to make everyone turn at the same speed was incredible. And later, when we had the chance to see half the group do it was quite interesting to watch. It made me want to look at what they were looking at as well.
Another cool thing that was part of this workshop was the soundscape we did. We all had to spread out, and think of a place in the room or something in the room. Then, Weston ran around ...
... having different purpose of visiting the English capital. Be it the fashion enrichment or economic hub, London is famous all over the world for its amazing diversified persona.
Those who desire to start their holidays by witnessing the cultural aspect of the city of London can look forward to venture into the amazing plethora of museums located in the city. One can always visit the British Museum which is the most popular one among ...
... I was able to walk the upper walkways and see a great view of London from both sides, as well as some of the neat history they had about the bridge along the walkways. I, for one, did not know that originally in Victorian London there was only one bridge for commerce, the London Bridge, and that this bridge was proposed because London Bridge was literally falling down from all the traffic moving across it daily. The other thing I didn't know about the ...
... introduce the family to Chinese culture and history. It was also their introduction to Chinese tourists - I don't think they could quite believe how often people wanted photos with us! I also found it quite amusing as our guide had a slight resemblance to Benedict Cumberbatch, so I'm fairly sure I heard people saying that it was Sherlock (卷福) in the Forbidden City!
That afternoon we wandered up to the park behind ...