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... today in Africa from the legacies left by England, France and Germany). But in SE Asia's case, after the French pulled out in the 1950's, US involvement, significantly influenced by the Cold War politics of the time, had huge implications for Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia - directly or indirectly leading to the deaths or migration of millions of people. I won't look into the responsibilities - there is so much written on this. However, it was a ...
Thursday, December 18, 2014
So we got up early this morning and Jane drove us to Didcot Railway Station. It certainly is cooler in England. The trip to Paddington was fine although I am convinced that these ladies took our seats before us just to sit together!! We arrived in Paddington and rushed to get the Bakerloo line to get to Waterloo. Hellen was waiting for us and ...
... t last for the amount of time I thought it might to satisfy a certain younger person & make him forget his stomach pangs. It did last long enough to ensure we were caught in rush hour traffic in the Underground so the boys finally understood what I had been warning about really full trains. We were unfortunately late to get to Aunty Steph's house to let her in as we had her key. Super sorry Aunty Steph!! It was a great day though for young & ...
... to see him. He admitted that he was not very good at school but somehow he became a great man leading his country through the war. He also loved to paint and he wasn't too bad at it. The War Rooms made me fell very lucky that I did not have to live through something like that.
We then jumped back on the Tube and headed for the Tower of London. There were so many people out and about and the lines for the London Eye were miles long. We were lucky that we didn't have to ...
Today was the day all had been waiting for, Eton collage. One if not the most famous school in England. After a 2 hour bus ride we arrived at Eton, and first impressions were that it was like its own village. All pupils and teachers have bikes to get around the campus. Eton is a school where they don't offer sports scholarships, they play an annual game at lords the home of cricket against Harword. We bowled first with Eton ...