The Cock Inn
Travel Blogs from Sheering
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It was now late evening, and time for a curry. Of course, with my love of spicy foods, I just had to go for the phal, the hottest curry you can get. Now, I've had phal curries before, so I knew what to expect. But this one was mild in comparison to others I've had. No tingly lips, not even the sweats. Really really nice though. I just can't for the life of me remember the name of the restaurant.
Our version of the longest day does not feature every 1960's era actor in Hollywood and in England, but it does feature an intrepid band of explorers willing to travel by air and by train with little or no sleep before finding a pub with pretty good fish and chips and surprisingly good fried chicken. We survived the flight thanks to the on board movie service. Sam watched three movies, and Emily was refusing to sleep (she says unable, not ...
... it), I think without fear of hyperbole I can say I've given London a damn fair crack considering we only had a single day.
First of all, I will spare you the minutiae of the flights, saying only that whilst it was a privilege - nah, an honor - to share my aircraft for 14 long hours with the National Unhappy Baby A Capella Choir enroute to 1st Annual World Series Unhappy Babies Singoff and to get an exclusive sit-in on what surprised they were ...
... br> spots and that was lovely.
We made it back to High Street Kensington, on which we
walked down and went in a few more stores. We knew we had to get back to the
hotel as we wanted to cook dinner. We got back about 6.30 and then headed to
Sainsbury’s – we bought chicken kiev’s and mini potatoes for 3 pounds.. such a
cheap dinner. Worked out 3 bucks each for dinner. Pretty reasonable!!
After dinner we are just relaxing in our room after the ...
The next morning, I woke up at five and made my way to Heathrow. There were a bunch of detours and stuff, so it was pretty obnoxious. But I eventually did make it back home where my mom and brother were waiting for me. My mom made me go to the hospital the second I got home, where I was prescribed antibiotics and some pretty strong cough syrup. Overall, it was a really awesome trip, and I wish I could do it all over again.