Premier Inn Reading
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We have had a 24 hour layover in London before we head to Nairobi in the morning. We arrived here at around 7:30 this morning and hit the group running! I discovered quickly that I either packed too much or don't have the right set of bags! It was a challenge to move my luggage from airport to public bus to a hotel with very long driveway, what seemed like a miles worth of hallway and ...
... heyday. We see some amazing pieces, including inscriptions from Alexander the Great, and a gold clock crafted like a ship that would sail down the banquet table and light cannon fire as it's grand finale. Massive Persia Obsidian statues as tall as the ceiling flank the entrance to the Persian exhibit. It is all too much for the boys, who are complaining and tired, although Elizabeth could keep going, so we pause for lunch.
There's another Craft Beer Co. near the ...
... in London as they do things a bit differently to how we do at home e.g. they all drink the wine out of the one cup! That was kind of gross – but I guess alcohol kills the germs right!?
We stayed around chatting for a little bit afterwards. They were quite a friendly bunch. But we needed to get moving so made our goodbyes and traipsed off to the underground - only about 500m down the road. I meant to get a picture of the Ealing hall but I forgot.
So, it may be obvious to some but I haven't updated for a -very- long - time. Now you may be wondering if I was going to give up on this dream of mine- no sorry, still going! And no, I haven't been doing nothing except staring at my own two feet whilst waiting for this trip to miraculously plan and sort itself out. Oh no! I, have been doing...stuff!
Ok, now really, the proper update is down here:
So having enrolled on a TEFL (Teaching English as a ...
A bit of a sleep in day especially for Wendy and time to do laundry before travelling again tomorrow. Weather has lost some of its sparkle and it is cooler and a wee bit drizzly - that is my Scottish kicking in! We arranged to meet the others at lunchtime at the Natural History Museum. Outside they had a special Butterfly enclosure which Wendy and I thoroughly enjoyed. However, the butterflies didn't quite understand that for ...