Chequers Inn Hotel and Restaurant
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After breakfast at Starbucks again today, during which Age unfortunately had her purse stolen from in her bag (only contained small cash, so not too expensive a wake up call for both of us), we checked out of the Nurses Quarters and went our separate ways for the day. I headed off to the Imperial War Museum, which had been at the tippy top of my list of things to do as I had extremely minimal structured time and no time to explore when I was there last. I caught the tubes and ...
Today I didn't do much at all. I was on the twins school run this morning so I took them, and then I had to buy Maddie a new school skirt because the one she has hurts her. So I dropped off the twins, bought the skirt and went back home. I wanted to do some ironing, but the whites hadn't been washed from yesterday so there wasn't much ironing to be done so I've left that for tomorrow.
... pavement café and
watch life go by. You will see some the funniest people ever. Hairstyles from outer
space and dress codes completely off the edge. It has a way of reinforcing your
own self confidence since you can only feel good when you compare yourself to
By this time, as Mtunzini residents, we had had enough of
the Big City and so pretty much exhausted we returned to Waterloo Station for
the ride back to camp.
... walked the grounds we noticed a little bit more of a buzz around one of the outside courts, it turned out it was Roger and company having a practice round. We managed to zip down alongside the court before it was cordoned off and snap a few pics of this tennis great and watch him prepare for his upcoming finals match. We had packed lunch and headed to Henman Hill where we found ourselves a spot in front of the huge screen where I enjoyed a Pimms (first ...
... I had forgotten how magnificent this collection was. It was pretty hard to soak up and enjoy whilst kid wrangling, though. Highlights for me were the Dutch painters as I have just finished reading 'The Goldfinch'. Liam was interested to see all the pictures of God and Jesus - I can see how he would be, now that he is learning about it at school. After lunch I took the kidlets home on the double-decker bus and Brendon wandered up towards Covent ...