The Bell Inn Hotel
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... I have spent the last few days collating proof of our relationship for our working visa for Aus. It's quite astonishing the things you realise you have (or don't have) when you have to prove things. For instance, I have a full birth certificate that even my mom didn't know I had! Edd's mom on the other hand was certain he had a full birth certificate and then we ended up having to apply for one from the registrar!
We said more goodbyes after a lovely evening at Paul's Nan's. Paul's Auntie Kerry had made us an incredible cake, decorated with a map of Australia complete with giant icing kangaroo, surf board and angel fish. The only problem was the sea was painted with blue dye that stained everyone's fingers, lips and ...
... of the Australia and England Match. We then proceeded on a tour of the grounds. We went to the Pavilion. We went through the long room which is like the staging area for cricket players. Then we went up to the home and visiting locker rooms. After this we went continued to some of the stands and continued on to the media center. After that we got to try our hand at playing cricket. We started by trying to ...
... the whole of the meaning of my life!" Girl A: "Yeah, me too, and it's what my tattoo says!" Ah, bless. :-) The actual concert? Not bad. Taylor can sing live and has a good presence on stage, easily able to get the crowd going. However, there were far too many pauses (with no real reason, not even for costume changes) and intervals in the performance to hold me. Not a bad concert, but not in my favourites list. Just a tick in the ...
Another early start today, we left Allen and Jane's place by 8.15 to go to Northampton to catch the train to London. We arrived at Euston station and it was pouring with rain, this made looking for our accommodation a little tricky. We eventually found a map and this put us on the right track, luckily it was only a short walk. It was too early for check in so we left our luggage there and had ...