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Gidday gidday, Well it's been a long time since I've written actually, I hope you weren't worried about us(!) but you'll be relieved to know we are safe in sound in old London town! I think the last time I wrote we were about to spend our last few nites in Bangkok generally relaxing in the luxurious White Palace hotel - which actually wasn't …
C... England has been one of our most interesting countries so far! You have no idea whether it is night or day, because it is constantly dark, although the British are convinced they have something here called summer to look forward to. You can fill in over 100 pages of repeating yourself in forms and the government will give you some money if you …
... a West End show as we knew it is a must do in while in London. We went and saw the Phantom of the Opera which is a show I had always wanted to see. We didn’t have the best seats, and it was made a bit worse by a girl in front of Joel who kept leaning forward obscuring his vision more. But the show, acting, singing, costumes and props was truly amazing. The best show we had ever seen. Can see why it is so popular to go to the theatre here and would be great to do it more often.
... at his phone and had the look of horror on his face as he said OMG WE ARE GOING AWAY FROM THE DOT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We asked the woman next to us and she said "you are going on the opposite direction from the airport." We both about lost it because my flight was leaving in 45 minutes. We got off on the next stop, ran as fast as we could, and called an "emergency taxi" to come get us. Most places I have been have taxis all over at the train stops, but with our luck we got off at ...
... a few of us walked to Trafalgar Square to visit the National Portrait Gallery. I'd been before to the National Gallery, but not the Portrait Gallery and I have to say, it was pretty exciting to see many of the paintings that are in my textbooks and that I teach about every year.
When entering the Gallery though, the first painting you come face-to-face with is of Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge. All I have to say is, it is as ...
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