Premier Inn Tonbridge
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... catching up on how each at some point or other had been terminated and how it actually benefitted their situation!! It was good to see Ed up and recovering after a horrendous bout of pneumonia where he became extremely ill (to the point of needing a tracheotomy to clear his lungs). He is well on the road to recovery now and we had a wonderful visit. Ed just thoroughly annoyed that he has lost his taste for "real beer"- ...
... I have read about all my life so we got off at St Paul's Cathedral and took a tour. Amazing place saw Wellington's crypt. St Paul's was a symbol of British stoicism in WW2, as only a bomb or 2 hit the structure amid destruction all around it. London is a great walking city, and we walked back to the hotel along the Thames. There were thousands of people about with buskers and food stalls. In the evening ...
... somethings with a map. And a vague idea of which tube line they need to be on.
First thing, always look up where you need to be BEFORE you lose signal underground. Unless of course you fancy walking back to the surface to be jostled by the milling crowd. Choice is yours!
Anyway, we somehow made it unscathed and without the need for therapy to our first destination, the BBC Broadcasting tour. My partner kindly paid for an exploration of the heart ...
So for a long time, Kristy and I were planning to watch the movie Divergent. And since we had no other plans on Sunday we decided that today was the day.
We went out to Stratford mall to watch the movie. It was alright... the worst part was that the whole movie theatre smelt like dope and there were too many children around. My idea for a child free city develops more and more every day- I am becoming super intolerant of kids in general. They just ...
Well, it's all over; with a much emptier bank account, and greatly increased waistbands, we have returned to the UK. Our trip has been fantastic; it's exceeded our expectations in every way, and now that it's over, we are understandably feeling quite reflective.
Here's a quick look back at our trip in numbers:
3 sprained ankles (all Ollie)
40kg - the exact weight of our backpacks on our way to Rio
26kg - the weight of our backpacks ...