Premier Inn Gatwick Crawley Town West
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... continue to flow through. I found myself for the first time really being clear with where I am in conflict with my family and trusting myself, feeling only the echoes of fear, shame and guilt.
On the 23rd the day of my uncle Russell’s birthday (Happy Birthday Russell!), I got a later start but got myself out on a walk to Netherbury, which is the small town just south of Beaminster. These country towns are connected by ...
Today I fly from Gatwick. I leave at an ungodly hour as I believe the car journey will take 3 hours. As I'm travelling alone I booked a small hire car. But a Mazda 6 is delivered for no extra charge. Bonus! The Tom Tom is set and I tune in to "Mundane FM". Joining the Motorway the cruise control is set at 70 mph (yeah right!). There's only so much in ...
Feeling obliged to go and see London we organised with Ross to go out to Greenwich today. We met him at his station at 10am and caught the tube there. Very cute old neighbourhood, definitely orientated more towards maritime themes.
We headed over to the observatory which is the overlooks Greenwich. This has to be the most important building in Greenwich as it is home to time as we know it. The Greenwich Meridian Line runs through this and we got our ...
... and it stretched out on many roads. We went and had beer at a rooftop bar and then went to a French restaurant for dinner and shared a bottle of wine. We then went and enjoyed our nosebleed $8 tickets to Matilda. The musical wasn't as good as I thought it would be. I think the music wasn't as amazing (it was written by that comedian Tim Minchin). Anyway can't complain for such cheap tickets!!
I'm off to see the Lion King tonight!
... and his wife Caroline arrived (Caroline, who is a dancer from The Netherlands, founded Ghetto Exposed with a photographer friend) we went into the studio but were soon moved to a different space around the corner because Opiyo was still working in the studio. The space we were in was very large with one side open to the outside. It was next to the television studios where they were filming so we accrued quite a large audience of technical crew from that! We started ...