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After a pretty rubbish month back and forth the hospital and an emergency trip to the doctors yesterday for a water infection/fever, we finally made left this morning to catch our bus! So far so good, everything has gone surprisingly smooth and on time and we even had window ...
... through Hyde Park on a nice sunny day – true !! - heaps of people,
tourist ( they're not really people ) and dogs.
Monday -bank holiday
and wet, so we decided to join the crowds at the British Museum.
Walked down Oxford street to get there so lots of people about –
most of them not knowing where they wanted to go as they kept
stopping in the middle of the footpath or suddenly doing u turns.
Museum was fabulous – Rosetta ...
make it to Vietnam soon. I'll also make it to Canada. I'll travel Europe and
wonder what the hype of Berlin is all about. South America is up there. The
order? The time? The people? I have no idea. For now, I'm focusing on settling
back in and being optimistic about the future. I am lucky that I am still very
young. I won't listen to Kodaline for a while. I can't listen to Avicii 'Wake me
up' without thinking of how I made ...
... I decided to go to the doctor as my eye was just getting worse and worse. Byt as I have no idea about the UK heath system, I decided I would ask the spec savers eye doctor what i should do (mind you this is right next to my apartment so really convenient) They told me to go to Moorsfield eye cliinic at St George's hospital. I took the bus to the hospital where the clinic told me they couldn't see me without a referal so I needed to go to A&E ...
Started of with a tour of Westminster Abbey, very ornate and quite a few historically famous people buried under the floor. Next a Tour of the Churchill War rooms, very interesting, a great leader, quick witted and renowned for his inspiring speeches in a time of great adversity.
Caught the tube to Monument station for another tour, this time St Paul's Catherdral, much prefer this to Westminster ...