The Fielding Hotel
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... that moves me. It is velvety, masculine, resonant and rich-in other words his voice is gorgeous. He goes around serenading many women by singing his repertoire and throwing red roses up to them. There is something special about it, even though he gives out 20 roses.
For some strange reason, call it intuition, I have this inherent feeling that I am getting one yet at the same time I take no surety in that. I am enjoying the songs so when he looks at me, I smile. He continues to ...
... North London Lions are playing. Today is Lady's Day again and all the drinks are free. At half time David's team are up by 11 goals. David has kicked one of them and assisted in a couple of the other goals. At the end of the game David has kicked two goals and his team won by 17 goals. Good way to end the season. Come on Finals!
The game didn't start until 4.00pm so by the time we got home it was time to meet Ellie, Sarah, Viv ...
... of them Tommy was in aw of. We then ran out of time there with them closing at 5:30, and us arriving at 4pm. Tommy would have loved more time. After the Museum we headed over to the Buckingham Palace to try and catch a pic with the easel announcing the birth of the Princess, but unfortunately it was already taken down :( We did find out her name which is Charlotte Elizabeth Diana!! She will go by Princess Charlie. My search to find something to ...
Departing from Heathrow at 8:30 tonight, flying to Qatar via Doha to Bangkok.Not too long, with about 2 hours in Doha in the early hours of tomorrow.Probably a bit dark, and not really long enough to report on the progress of the World Cup stadium. Due in Bangkok 18:45 tomorrow (local time).
Will update when we hit the hotel.
... on those evenings and afternoons I walked home by myself. Nowhere to be, no one to answer to, just walking down the streets with music in my ears.
I'll never be grateful enough for all the couches I slept on, the friends shoulders I cried on, suggestions on where to live and where to work. Tips on how to navigate the metro, find the right tram stop, then actually get on the right tram and where to find the best hot chocolate. All those small pieces formed the patchwork of ...