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... packed and absolutely alive at 10:30 last night when I made my way home. And just to remain true to form- my Kamal broke because my feet were so fat and yes I have blisters. .. will be returning to my room to tape up spell before heading or for the next adventure! Flying solo today as Bree left this morning. I'm getting excited to meet my group tomorrow morning as I've not come across anyone on the same trip yet. Catchya ...
Today was the day we were leaving the UK for good. My work was not going to be re-extended here and my leave of absence was approved for us to travel. We have a little bit of our trip planned and lots left wide open. But today Logan would be headed to Paris for the next 12 days.
I would be heading to LA to surprise my sister with a visit for ...
... and Scott (other Canadians), went out for lunch on the last Sunday in March and were introduced to Pimms. Pimms is an alcoholic drink mixed with lemonade and fruit like limes and oranges. It was really nice to drink. We ate at Edinboro Castle which was a nice place in the Camden area, so March had truly been an eventful month! But April and May would be just as interesting! And I promise i will have them up shortly!
Until next time,
Love Toni ...
... ordered the same lunch we had the first time because it was so good! Next stop was the London Dungeon. This place was not what I expected, in fact I wasn't entirely sure what it actually was. They had actors and scenes set in eras of London including Sweeny Todd and Mrs Lovett. It was dark and smelly and quite realistic, there were also some rides which were a tad freaky! When we went to look at our souvenir picture our expressions were priceless, ...
... behind it. Julia LOVED it, one particular act, just before half time had her with mouth wide open, believing in magic. Show over, it's off back to west Brompton to meet with friends of Vicky's, Nick & Alisa, and their friend Mica, all kiwis, Alisa hails from Feilding, but not even 30. Way to make me feel old. A quaint restaurant/cafe/bar, very very grungy with every inch of every wall, ceiling space, nook & cranny filled with some THING. And ...