The Bishops Table
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... good book, lots of information from early Egypt
I went through my photos and found lots of photos I couldn't find anywhere to post them, they just never fitted in
Some were funny, some awful sights, I'll post them, you decide
My flight was uneventful, but I didn't have to post anything home, I got a massive allowance, 23 kilos per bag 2 bags, plus a day bag, mind you they did lose one of them for a couple of hours, but it did turn up
... we hadn't, so we did. The view was somehow different up there. It's partially open, so less stuffy than downstairs. We marvel at the view some more and then head down to the market to have a proper look around. It's huge and very crowded, but lovely. Baked goods, fresh veg and fruit, cuisine from around the world and Prossecco by the glass. We wandered about, while I tried to resist the cakes and donuts everywhere. I did wind up with a brownie, which was pretty rich and ...
The day dawned showery, so the thing to do in London when it is overcast is to visit a Museum. After some consultation we thought the Design Museum sounded interesting. Wendy and Di caught the tube to Tower Bridge and headed east along the river to the museum. There are two floors - the first was devoted entirely to a 'Life on Foot' exhibition in celebration of 40 years of the Spanish foot ware brand 'Camper'. It was fascinating to see how shoes are designed ...
Today I went to my Protocol meeting with Lindsey and filled in more paperwork. She sent me over to HSBC to set up my bank account where I had a lovely guy called Nick who was super helpful. This whole process took hours! I discovered today looking out my window that their rubbish collection process is weird and ancient. Everyone dumps their bags outside of their house in a big pile. The truck drives ...
... the guy next to me fell asleep and had his elbow in my ribs and head basically on me (only 2inchs away) and smelt funny. He then changed to the other side after I haves him with my elbow (and that was being kind) then he head butted the guy next to me and barely flinched and kicked the guy in front. No idea how he was sleeping this heavily on a train that was FULL. I was sooo glad to get ...