Premier Inn London Gatwick Airport East (Balcombe Road)
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I've registered to be in the audience for a couple of TV Shows - QI & Jonathan Ross. The company who organizes the audience now sends emails for all sorts of shows and one popped up for Piers Morgan's Life Stories. Decided that could be interesting and duly received a ticket for entry and told to be there by 5:15pm.
Turned up about 4:20pm and there was a substantial queue at that stage - turns out I was number ...
... to keep them on their toes, oh as well as having a massage and a facial.
Our mammoth stay came to an end and we made our way to the plane and were soon in our sleep suits for the 12 hour flight after a quick seat change as a small child could see that we weren’t happy at being across the aisle from each other. Some food, a trip to the bar and then a decent sleep before landing into Hong ...
... were able to squeeze in the free continental breakfast, as we were too early for the hot food. Thus fed, and having wrapped up a small collection of croissants and blueberry muffins, we left, hoping to catch the train but, upon realising we had missed it, took the bus instead.
... had to stand, which is how it would have been back in the day. The show we saw was called Pitcairn and it was about the men who survived the mutiny on the bounty. They took a bunch of Tahitians to a little island called Pitcairn to start a new life and a new world order. Of course it all went horribly wrong. The actors were brilliant and it was a great show. Very funny and a little sad. At the end as they were taking their bows and the audience ...
... uni did not help me in the slightest so I was pretty nervous. Anyway I just found instruments and thought of some activities to last an hour focusing on high and low sounds. Thankfully it was only year 1! A darling British girl at the end of the day said "I had a jolly good day miss". Since then I've been called back there 5 times :). So I kept doing supply teaching for a while, my agency constantly try to put me in full time jobs. One job I checked out was another year ...