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Travel Blogs from Henley-on-Thames
... that time, there has been a Doctor Jeckle and Ms. Hyde transformation that comes over my sweet baboo whenever she enters a vets office, and even often when she is in the car riding to the vet's office. Everyone knows that cats can tell when they are on the way to the vet.
My loving kitty turns into a Tasmanian Devil, a cornered badger, a captive wolverine, a fighting rooster with spurs, or in other words, she gets as defensive and mean ...
... but this turmeric infused fish-dish with dill and spring onions looks so beautiful, I might have to try the real thing so I can recreate a flavour packed vegetarian version. Maybe Luke will too, who knows. He's not sure he'll be able to keep meat and fish down, being a lifelong vegetarian.
I'm especially on the lookout for:
Fresh tofu dishes
Beans and bean pastes
Unrelated to ...
... in Melbourne, with buskers, street dancers and one-man acts with crowds of people around them. We headed back to the London Eye and although the queue looked long, it moved very quickly and we were on in no time. It was great to be able to see the city from this angle. It took about 30 minutes so we had plenty of time to enjoy it. After the London eye, we headed slowly back to the hotel via Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey. It's ...
Made it. Barely! The man at customs didn't seem to want to let me in! Never have I been given such a disapproving look, especially when I told him I didn't have an address in the UK.... He seemed to think I was some sort of terrorist. T'was a very uncomfortable 3 minutes.... :-| Right now I'm on the subway. There's a station called "cockfosters" and I can't help myself from smiling every time the lady on ...
... exhibit. Luckily Trevor seemed to enjoy it as much as I did. It was wonderful seeing so many of the paintings that I have read about over the years. The colours & the way different artists styles developed over their life times.Monet,Renoir, Sisley & Pissaro really caught our eye. Another taxi ride & we were back at the hotel to gather ourselves for the Moulon Rouge. The Moulon Rouge was a riot of colour, noise & excitement . The ...