The Greyhound Carshalton
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Checking out Auntie Muffy and Jennie's new pad (with Auntie Lisa) whilst Mummy enjoyed a fabulous brunch. After we popped into Ma and Pops (with Auntie Maz) for a cuppa....we may have stopped off at Brent Cross on the way home to get some new clothes but mummy said don't tell Daddy as he is always telling her off for spending ...
... Gorgos' epic speech to the councilmen. I say epic but have never seen 300 so can only assume such epicness. Needless to say it was extremely challenging but absolutely loved it. And had incredible support from the whole class. Oh okay so more about my class. I was right, they are pretty awesome. After an overwhelming and exciting first week we all head down to our local pub, which i kid you not it called ...
... to a sunny day in Heathrow. I spent some time in conversation with the immigration officer who stopped on each page of my passport with a China, Thai, Cambodian, Philippine or Indonesian visa then asked if I was retired. Then came the questions about why I was going to Turkey and was 3 North Street Carshalton a Hotel? A little explaining about my job(s) and I was through and out into the cool midday sun. To the taxi rank where there were no queues and ...
... the countless visits every summer and over Christmas allowed London to show me her best side, and naturally, my city grew on me.
3 years ago, I moved to London at perhaps the most turbulent time in my life. But London, she took me in like one of her own - I’ve walked her streets at 5am and 9pm and seen her at her best and at her worst. I’ve trudged onto the tube (to stand uncomfortably close to strangers) cursing the rain and broken bread with my ...
I thought I would start this blog while we are still in London. We are days away from leaving this place that we have called home for nearly 5 years. London will always be a special place to us as it is where we met each other, turned 30, got engaged and had our first flat together.
It has been a busy few weeks as we've squeezed in lots of activities and catch ups with family ...