South Park Hotel
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... of the world of where the world starts and ends. So we did the obligatory picture of standing on both sides. Ron took one of me on his camera but I haven't got it off him yet. I didn't take many photos today because Jono was using it and I was happy just looking around. We then headed to the Greenwich markets which are really good markets. They have paintings and awesome photos as well as clothes and leather stuff. The food section was awesome and I ...
... asking why were / are women treated to so poorly. If Lily Maxwell could own and run a shop then why couldn’t she vote! Today it may not be about voting, but there are so many other situations where women are disadvantaged, it’s such ****!
I certainly left this evening feeling much more empowered and inspired for my sex – go women!
... I finally got to open my second letter from Maddie - which of course was the first thing I did upon waking!! It did not disappoint, and was full of sappy sayings, my personal favourite was 'if I could reach up and hold a star for every time you've made me smile, the entire evening sky would be in the palm of my hand' (anonymous). Naaarrrrrwww, not sure where you found that one Mads, maybe you just Google'd 'soppiest romantic sayings'? Well done nevertheless! I've worked out ...
Paddington Bear the movie has finally opened and to celebrate there are some 50 odd Paddington statues that have popped up all around london. Each one was designed by a different famous person and will be auctioned off for a children's charity. In turn it has created the greatest bear happening. Everywhere you turn there is a little Paddington looking up at you.
Today Jane (from Lyg), Saska and myself headed off ...
... We had a great night reminiscing over the good old days and catching up, the kids filled in their travel diaries and amused themselves WITHOUT iPads (due to an incident earlier in the day when they were all very close to being returned to NZ as unaccompanied minors).
Friday: We spent a couple of hours at Madam Tussuad's, one of the Actors gave us a brief rundown of the history. It costs 150,000 pounds (sorry no pound sign on this computer) to ...