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... for me to Changsha South station. Susan stayed with me, she even managed to get herself through every single check point to be with me until the moment I boarded the bullet train to Shenzhen. If saying goodbye to Oscar was tough, saying goodbye to Susan nearly killed me. I don't think I will ever forget the image of her standing on the platform, tears streaming down her face as my train disappeared into the distance. Even though I was going home, ...
... Nigel decided to take the rooftop and tower tour. Which he will describe: A small party assembled ready to climb the 214 steep, spiralling steps up, inside the wall of the cathedral. One third of the way up we emerged above some of the 2468 organ pipes and side stepped along a very narrow gallery and then disappeared inside one of the tower columns to continue our spiralling ascent. To say I was anxious is stating the ...
... 00 and read until 11. We had an early time the next day and needed to pick up laundry at 9:30 and be at the train station by 10:16. We weren't sure if the laundry would be done but knew we had to send two of us to get the tickets, two to get the laundry and there was no room for being late.
So as soon as the lights were out Noah, the boy who is known for talking nonstop until he falls asleep mid sentence, ...
... we came out, it was still rainy and cold. We hoped we might luck upon a bus to take us back to the station, but no. We did eventually get a taxi which was stopped at a red light, and so we got to the station in time to buy a coffee to take on to the 15.55 to Manchester Oxford Rd. This train was slower than this morning's, and Oxford Rd is a station we haven't used yet. When we got out, there wasn't a tram station in sight, (and it was raining and cold here too) so after a bit of toing ...
... for 3 hours and in between the sporadic periods of sun and then rain combined with a constant freezing breeze we see some of Liverpool's greatest sights (Aimee would like to add that it only rained because we did not take our umbrella). We are lucky we both had our jackets purchased from the day before or we may have perished. Our guide was named John, a very popular name in tourism in Europe it seems. To name a few we walked down the Beatles ...