Premier Inn South Mimms/Potters Bar
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... tried a couple of pairs of shoes on, but resisted the urge.
Ron's choice for tea. We went back to the Queen Victoria, the pub where we had our first meal in London. This time I had pork belly - with LOTS of crackling, and Ron had lamb shank - neither had veges. We really need to remember to ask if they come with verges other than mash. Still delicious though.
Packing tonight, ready for negotiating our way to Southampton in the ...
... nights and visited a coffee plantation in Uru village at the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro on day three. This is a very green and serene environment where local farmers work very hard to produce Arabica coffee from their small holding with meagre earnings. We picked our own beans and eventually produced fresh cups of aromatic coffee. We were ...
... the seat! Very, very security conscious here, each tourist attraction has security at the door before entering. Our last excitement for the day was our theatre show! "Billy Elliott" it did not disappoint! What an amazing performance, especially the main character, he worked his butt off and did so very well! The story definitely came alive, and just loved the whole show! Can see my gorgeous nephew "Sebastian" in a couple of years playing this character ! Had a lovely ...
... sports usually draw in the most hardline nationalists, so it's not surprising, but it was interesting to see up close. In no particular order here are some of the people/things the fans around us proclaimed to hate:
- Local rival team Tottenham Hotspurs
- Manchester United manager David Moyes
- Local rival manager Arsene Wenger (who touches boys)
- Gingers (obvs)
- Any number of opposing players, whose mothers ...
... which admittedly had a few problems... but all came together in the end!
We then did a mission to Sainsbury's where we added a few extra items to our empty pantry's (previously made up of tuna, bread and yoghurt... only.)
Now it's dinner time and we are thinking we will probably just hit the old staple tomato and avocado on toast... the high life.
Can't believe tomorrow is Monday again. Weekends go so fast.