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It was a slow start to the day after a non-stop week of activities. After a morning of lazing about the house and catching up on emails and homework, we finally headed out to meet the Pidgeons for lunch at Borough Market. A few changes on the Underground and we got off at London Bridge and we walked down to the market and quickly found Una, Annie and Aiden. ...
Just a quick update. We arrived in UK yesterday morning after what felt like a very long flight. A couple of kids around us with unruly children, bouncing on seats, kicking seats, making a loud noise and generally being a pain! Add to that a crying child (not her fault), and a general lack of sleep found us in Britain 45 mins early, but very tired. Sat next to a nice young man on the flight so the conversation was good. ...
... ourselves and sat way in the back so we just chatted away most of the flight. I also ran into an older lady on the plane from Palm Beach who said she knows my grandfather and heard me sing at a cocktail party this past January in Palm Beach. She was on her way to London to meet her new beau. I asked her how they met and she said that her husband passed away a few years ago and so she put her house on the market because she wanted to downsize. This gentleman bought her house ...
... very short 50 minute wait from landing to re boarding we are back in same seats. This time there was much less people so after take off and seat belt sign off we moved to our own comfy seats. This flight only 7 hours but much more comfy we arrived in London on time. We get through the UK Border check point without being arrested but took bit over an hour, yep I made more friends there as well. Then through customs which ...
... So some days it is easy, and other days it isn’t but as long as it isn’t too humid I manage it in less than an hour which is good.
On the 13th Marie, Kristal and I and some others went to New Cross and had a breakfast/lunch at our Candian/British couple friends, Shannon and Scott’s apartment. They live facing the street which was awesome as the London marathon was literally running down their street and as they were on the ...