Premier Inn London Wimbledon South
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Although we may not have been flying back home to Aus, I couldn't help but feel like I was arriving back to some sort of normality when we touched down in London. Back to not being a minority anymore, back to understanding the local language, back to feeling safe to walk down the street on my own and back to being in some sort of a comfort zone. Not to mention back to being able to drink the water out of the ...
... It is 4 stories on M&M stuff! Not just chocolate but everything you could think of. Thanks Russ Wood for suggesting it :-) So another good day over here in London. Our prayers are with all those down at Totara Springs who are involved in Kids Camp this week. We do trust that you all have an awesome week and lives are challenged and changed. Work together in absolute unity and I know that God will bless. Love you ...
... Uganda, Africa for a mission trip. It was nice to see some friendly Oklahoma people. Really the only bad thing about the flight was that I couldn't sleep. I think I only got 30 minutes of sleep the entire time. This was going to make for really bad jet-lag. So we arrived in London at 6:50am on Sunday morning. We went through customs, with not so friendly workers. Then got our bags from baggage claim. Once we had all of our stuff, we made our way to the Tube ...
... time with the flight duration being 7.5 hours. Our scheduled arrival time into London Heathrow was 2:20pm and even with the delay we would still make our "Welcome Drinks" with our Tour Director and fellow travellers in the Hotel Foyer at 6:00pm. How wrong we were.
On our arrival into Heathrow we learnt that the Customs and Immigration computer system had crashed and long delays to clear customs. The incoming Hall ...
... a good atmosphere. It also offers impressive views over the River Thames.
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