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... which we had found online. Arriving at 10:30 for the 10:30 service, we were a little shocked to see an empty car park and an empty church. It seems everybody arrives just a little bit late. The people were very friendly and soon the device started up. There were three microphones, a drum kit, piano and three guitars set up so we were amused when pastor Mike was the only one to get up and song and play. A short service, with a rather un-Christmasy sermon, which was ...
... was like herding cats, trying to get 450 kids sorted into groups - lots of yelling, pointing, standing around, spinning around, and frustrated bursts of "I don't know where I'm going!" We finally got all the tours off - and I thought I was the luckiest admin in the world because I'd missed out on taking one - when all three of the classes from my bus came walking up 20 minutes late to our rendezvous. Hiccup #6. So then we spent another 20 ...
... we arrived back at John & Rosemary's late......all the lights were out..... we felt like naughty children returning home after a night out! In need of a wee, Alastair parked the Porsche and forgot to properly apply the handbrake - so it rolled dangerously close to a downpipe. "No problems there" asserted Alastair, "..at least 2 mm to spare!" So having just averted a modification to both John's house AND Alastair's Porsche, having completed the task ...
... by the London Aquarium and the London Eye before crossing back again on the Waterloo bridge. We saw the home of Charles Dickens as well as the London School of Politics and Economics where Michael Jagger attended before he changed his mind about politics, changed his name to Mick, and became the lead singer of the Rolling Stones. Cathedral was our first stop. We got a few pics in the rain then hurried inside so we wouldn't get soaked.
... and along the locks watching the boats pass by. We've never seen a lock before so it was very interesting. The water was filthy though. We caught the train back to Oxford Street and walked along Regent Street looking at the shops. If only we had H&M in Brisbane! Then we went to Hamley's Toy Store. The girls were in heaven. Five levels of toys! And the best bit was they have toy demonstrations everywhere. The girls got given hair ribbons, glitter tattoos and had their ...