The Sun Hotel
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Today I begin my adventure. I am heading off to learn more about myself and the world. Whilst fond farewells to family and friends may have triggered a few tears, I'm looking forward to the new people, places and thoughts I'll experience as I journey through my South American Spirit Walk. And this is where I hope to capture it all - so do drop by every so often for a sneak preview of the many stories I'll be keen to share on my return. Stay safe. B ...
... cramped it is in "Cattle Class", the kids were able to stretch out a wee bit on their Skycouch. When we returned to the plane for the 2nd leg of the journey "Mr Gold Elite" (Shelton) was welcomed back on board and given water and upgraded fancy-dancy headphones for the remainder of the journey. After he pointed out that he was travelling with his family we were all given the same treatment. Fingers crossed that when we fly back to ...
... right there. Our trip to London was pretty short compared to the trip to Dubai. It was only 7 hours. We watched movies again. Mum said she ate her way to London because food kept being served. When we landed in London it took 1 hr to get through Passport Control and then we were met by our friend's Dad. Martin took allow us to our other friend's house in West Kensington where we are house sitting. We went straight to bed. It is tiring just sitting, eating, drinking and watching ...
... jewels. Had to get an ice cream to get some energy back before heading back to the hotel vie Regent st. The street was closed off for the Gumball Rally, which is made up of fancy cars, music and extreme sports.
Back in the Hotel it was time for another swim. Everyone was too tired to do too much more, except for Draza who made one last trip solo back to Regent st.
After getting through customs, we headed downstairs at Heathrow to wait for the subway. Well here it's the tube, underground, or metro, or whatever they're calling it that day. It was a little creepy and unkempt down there but it was simple enough to find our spot for the train. It
was a longish ride at 40 minutes or so with many stops, plus we still had to walk maybe a half mile to our hotel. However, Kris planned this route because there was a 'great introduction' to London at ...