Premier Inn Romford West
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... everywhere. We ended up jumping in the pool in our clothes and having a really good night. Next day we chilled on the beach all morning and sat in the sea for a couple of hours just talking and catching up more. It was so nice and relaxing. My friends from home were due to arrive on the island so we walked back to my bungalows where i was staying with them and literally bumped into them on the street. I was so happy to see them. It did feel weird as i had been travelling ...
... or "no I am fine thanks" means yes in England, unlike NZ where you are politely declining. Next up was a trip to primark where I found some interesting presents, polka dot sunglasses and two pound jandals for Nic. At home, our flat mate got us some chocolate peanut butter cups and we watched more Geordie shore. We are enjoying saving some Money for our oncoming ...
... explain the concept of 'hot'? I gave up.
About 45 minutes later she returned with a beautifully hot steak, gratin potatoes, carrots and beans - from first class. At that moment it was the most fantastic meal I had ever eaten because I'd won the battle of making my situation understood and for the remaining 3 hours of the flight everything would be perfect.
I thanked Yi so many times that it became embarrassing for us both ...
... saying that her family had pulled out of coming out with us and so our Inferno plans went out the window.
Luckily for me my London mates are amazing and decided that since Shannon was only in London for two days.. if the Mountain won't come to Mohammed, then Mohammed must go to the mountain! So we all packed up and headed out to the Marriott in Marble Arch (fancy Americans). Sadly, George was not to make it tonight- she was far too wasted by ...
... and the rest is made up of sugar. The cheapo lollies are 99.9% sugar. Saturday I decided to hit up the Portobello Road markets. In case you don’t remember it’s name it’s the street that Hugh Grant lived on in Notting Hill. I did see a blue door with a tourist shop beside it saying the blue door, but I am unsure if it is that blue door that his character live in. I will have to return with a proper fan. The markets were pretty great. There were ...