Mercure London Watford Hotel
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After the wonderful shopping trip we had a last supper consisting of my mother's infamous cooking (for those that have been fortunate enough to taste Mrs Gulamhusseins cooking are kidding profusely at this!), which consisted of chicken meat ball curry and rice!
Then it was time to head off to the infamous airport that is Heathrow (after obviously the last minute buying of travel insurance which had slipped my mind! Oopppps ...
... and Kelly. Larry, Tom, Natalie, and Adam Allan came in after shift, and they've been keeping me company while I finish this entry.
So, final thoughts on London. All in all, a successful trip. The students all made it back. not nearly as many hiccups as there could have been. Nothing catastrophic happened. And the admin team managed to have some fun together in the process, which we all desperately needed. Another great day in the best city ever. :)
Yet again, we're home again. Why does this keep happening?? So what lessons have we learnt from two and a bit weeks on the other side of the Atlantic? Not many, but there are a few things we should probably always remember: 1. We should always remember how scary public buses at night time are in San Francisco: remember to keep our heads down and never to make eye contact. 2. We hope we always remember the first time we heard someone use the phrase 'forget you' in a real sentence ...
... continue to flow through. I found myself for the first time really being clear with where I am in conflict with my family and trusting myself, feeling only the echoes of fear, shame and guilt.
On the 23rd the day of my uncle Russell’s birthday (Happy Birthday Russell!), I got a later start but got myself out on a walk to Netherbury, which is the small town just south of Beaminster. These country towns are connected by ...
... pace in the second and completed with some style, but it would have been better without having seen the film beforehand. The Book of Mormon, on the other hand, was a high energy fast pace show that left one breathless from start to finish; and it was very funny along the ...