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... to keep them on their toes, oh as well as having a massage and a facial.
Our mammoth stay came to an end and we made our way to the plane and were soon in our sleep suits for the 12 hour flight after a quick seat change as a small child could see that we weren’t happy at being across the aisle from each other. Some food, a trip to the bar and then a decent sleep before landing into Hong ...
... had been the "head honcho" of the Royal Dragoon Guards/Grenadier Guards. It was an interesting museum, showing the history of the regiments activities as protectors of the monarchy and as active soldiers - from the Boar War to Iraq Wars. It also described the "Four O'Clock Parade at Horseguards, which, like the changing of the guard at 11am, takes place at 4pm, every day of the year, in all weathers, The Queen's Life Guards line up in the courtyard ...
... food poisoning) we hit Gordon's Wine Bar (oldest wine bar in London), had a drink and then walked them back to their hotel.
Even though it was short, it was so nice to see Sarah! She was even a complete sweetheart and bought me paw paw cream and pineapple lumps from home! Wasn't I the lucky one?
Hopefully she will come back soon and we can spend more time together next time!
... the city...Hard for us to imagine.
However, once again our energy drains. We head home to rest up for our last day in London tomorrow.
Today is our last full day in London. It has been a brilliant week. We have seen so much in a short period of time. You probably think I write this blog for you, wrong, I write it so I can look back and remember each day we have spent here. (That is what happens when you get old, if you don't write it down you forget.) ...
... I would not be partaking). However, when we arrived at our boat, loads of other Londoners had had the same idea so we were forced to go to the Rose for dinner and drinks first instead.
After a few hours we managed to get a table on our boat. I forgot to mention that the whole point of this boat thing was to watch Laurence do salsa on a boat on the Thames and laugh at him. Unfortunately for us they went in the other direction- such a wasted amount of mirth.