Premier Inn London Gatwick Airport South (London Road)
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... queue. Eventually we made it to the front where we were told our ticket was wrong, and that it was our fault. Tired, angry and annoyed, we weren't going to not get on that bus. The manager was called after much arguing, in which it was said that getting our ticket was 'impossible,' when obviously it wasn't. We then had te driver speak really slowly as if we didn't speak English, which was rude and I resisted the urge to either start speaking whale or a different made up ...
... for Oxford and continued onwards to Southampton. Highlights of out time there were: - going to a tiny town named Lyndhurst which was covered in Australian Flags due to the recent visit from the Governor of NSW. Apparently the first Governor of NSW was from Lyndhurst and they are very proud of this. - catching up with Sinead in Beaulieu and walking through the New Forrest tracks. - karaoke night in the local pub in which we ...
... walked through the torture chamber and did our souvenir shopping and walked over the London Bridge to meet Zarah’s friend Amalia for a coffee on the other side. Amalia is from Australia and has been living in London for the past 18 months working as a nanny and in customer service. She is living the young Australian dream of working and travelling the world.
Zarah and I were super keen to go shopping while in London (Andy not so much), Amalia suggested ...
... A short time later we meet a local homeowner who was very eager to talk with us - I think he didn't want to jump back into his gardening work. Anyway, we asked him about the estate and gave the straight scope. It is own by an english end billionaire Dyson, of vacuum cleaner fame. He has been buying up land all around the area for four times the going valve according to our local. He helicopters to his factory which is not far. The only other interesting thing to come up was ...
... a bit further to the Victoria and Albert museum. Don had read about a photograph exhibition and was keen to have a look. It's a spectacular building with stunning lights in the entrance. We could have spent a few hours there but we knew we needed to make the most of the fresh air and sun before we got cooped up in airports and on a plane for over 30hours. Don was feeling pretty miserable so we sat in the outside courtyard of the museum and lapped up ...