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... across the water towards the ferry. The ferry took us back up to the eyes then towards the Tower. It was about 20 minutes maybe. I love the view of cities from the rivers. It's just such a different perspective. Right now we are at the Tower of London. We have a printed thingy that directs is to the group area gate. Lucky the other line is massive. Quick walk find the gate, no people, the ladies take pity and let us in with our ...
... time, we sought out a bite to eat and ended up with a bit of Japanese (as you do when you are in London). What we soon found out was that around 200m away was Borough. markets which has all kinds of amazing food, produce and more importantly for those at home, the Wheatsheaf Pub. Now this pub served some amazingly refreshing "cold" British beer and we just happened to pick one that was at room temperature. One thing I did forget to mention was this was one of the hottest days ...
... off to bed right away. Tomorrow we will have a morning tour and then boat ride up the river to the Baganera Resort. As we fly back from there, we have to pull out what we will need for two nights and possible rain, and meds, and bathroom stuff, and sunscreen, and insect repellent and so forth. Wow, the one thing forgotten in the literature was to bring a small bag for the over-nights at the jungle ...
... br> other intern there (from Indiana) and they were all very nice. Two of the girls
are my age and we went to lunch together and sat in the park for a bit. I felt
very welcomed and got my own computer right away. I love listening to the England
natives and the funny phrases they say. One of the ladies turned on the AC and
said that if I get cold "just let out a sing" and she'll turn it off.
So many ...
... cooked food and a place to unpack our bag for a week or so. I'm also pretty excited to find a job and get ourselves a little set up in England so we can start earning some money and saving for our European adventures. There are so many beautiful places to see I have no idea where we will start but I'm sure there will be time to sort that out once we have a home and an income again. Will keep you posted. Bec ...