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... in the know produced bottles of wine and nibbles from their bags. It was well worth the wait: the choral sound was excellent - some of the carols were a cappella, and the orchestra added another dimension to the accompanied works. The readings were relevant, sometimes very funny -Bible, John Donne, Walter de la Mare, John Betjeman, A.A. Milne (King John's Christmas - childhood favourite of mine!!), Mick Gowan, and Aaron Shephard's Christmas Truce (the very moving account of ...
... over the bridge in one piece. Grant had his GoPro on and has it all on video, which we will send to her and Niall. We rode through the busy southbank area in the growing dusk, across busy roads of cars and cyclists back to Tally Ho headquarters. It was a fantastic way to see the city and Niall was a great guide, he was a fun character and took good care of us as we rode across the busier sections of the trip.
After all this excitement we walked back into ...
... we are not in our hearts but in our heads. Now is the time for simplicity. How can coming back home be anything but simple when we are in our hearts. And as we close down this sacred the journey a ladybug flies in with messages of fearlessness, protection, spiritual enlightenment and connections to our past lives.
Will see you all in Glastonbury tomorrow.
Much love and loads of tree hugs.
... Needless to say we found one or two items that we had to have! From here we made our way to Kensington Palace which was the home of Queen Victoria and also Princess Diana and Prince Charles. The Palace was not in the same style nor extravagance to that of Buckingham Palace but was still worthwhile seeing. Following this we called into an Italian restaurant and had a tasty meal. Then it was back to the underground to navigate our way back to the hotel, successfully to our ...
... a free to air concert on Sunday by the LSO. Will need to go back for better photos later!!! (Not sure about the bright blue sculpture of a cockerel !?!. Dave also took photos of the national gallery, King George statue and St Martins in the Field church nearby. ...( learnt more about our bright blue cockerel, whilst on the bus trip to Leeds castle from John the guide... It will only be there for 2 years and then replaced by something else. Previous sculpture is on display ...