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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 …
... of the ladies if they were empty...and she said no, the plane was full, however there was a large group of Saudi folk who got stuck at Customs because Visas weren't in order. The result was a few had to get bumped off, as did their luggage from the hold (as you'd want, but it takes a while), and the others caused the plane's slot in the take-off queue to slip. We ended up taking off an hour late, but the entertainment was switched on and extensive. Another ...
I woke up a little earlier this morning for a Skype session with Tiana for her birthday, so I set up in the kitchen and waited for her to come online. I used the Internet for an hour while I waited, then when she came online I said happy birthday and chatted to her for ages. When Darren woke up he said hello as well, and Tamu said hi when he woke up as well. After chatting for about 2 hours, I finally said goodbye, then went to get ready. When we were all ready ...
... to be watching a ballet with Milly in London, performed by the Royal Ballet. The ballet itself was a lot of fun, very colourful costumes, good humour in the story and so beautifully danced. Before the first act was finished the ballet stopped abruptly and we were informed that the leading role Kitri had injured herself and she was to be replaced by a dancer, who was obviously very well-known as we heard first, gasps of "oh no someone’s hurt" followed by hushed excitement ...
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