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After 108 days of being somewhere in the world, we've spent over 60 hours in flight, 103 hours on buses, 42 hours on trains and 20 hours on boats, oh and slept in around 60 different beds. But what have we done over the past four months other than spending majority of our time travelling from one place to another: - Partied with spring breakers in Cancun - Lived the California uni ...
... sight, but it has been turned into a tourist theme park. Fast food outlets, shops, ice cream vendours jostle for space amongst the broken walls of history... and... the vendours are winning!
From there we took the river cruise up the Thames to Westminster. The water was reasonably calm, not much swell. Would you believe it! Charmaine actually took a sea sickness pill !! What is that woman doing!!!! What a great view, the passing city looks ...
... the heating on!Once we got to Stonehenge the temperature had dropped and the wind had picked up some unwelcoming speed but at least this last stop wasn't;t going to be taking long, after all it's only a bunch of rocks in a circle, there was only so much i could see.Even if they were just a 'bunch of rocks in a circle' they were a pretty huge and amazing looking pile of rocks! i was pretty exited to be looking at them, and when i began to focus on one of them i swear i could see a ...
... but too scared at the fact she would not want to meet up. But of course we had to meet. How could we not!
We were only kids when we met, crazy pimply teenagers on a school trip. I’m thinking what to say; how to say it, it’s crazy to think I’m here. I can tell from the msg’s she’s nervously excited too. I don’t even know else to say right now. I just can’t wait to get off this bus and see my friend – ...
... and the Parliament Buildings. We explored on foot and got around using the metro. The metro in London is amazing! Efficiency is key here.
Three hundred photos later, we retired to the Putney flat, where Georj lives and where we would be staying for our six days in London. Georj and I began a long overdue catch up over New Zealand wine before bed time.
It almost felt surreal, back in my own language, chatting...surrounded by kiwis ...
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