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... s family for kindly welcoming me and taking us to new places, but especially to Caryn for providing the whole trip and generally putting up with us for the whole time and giving us the chance to make some unforgettable memories! Goodbye blog - I won't miss having to type this every evening at the risk of parents messaging me to ask what I'm up ...
... the Lord, talk to Frank and Alenka. Whether it’s opening their home for me to stay in, driving people to church, Bible study, worship team practice, or letting me invite friends over even when it’s late because I just need people – you two are constantly smiling and cheerful. Alenka, anyone who ever is able to work with you as a supervisor is a lucky person. Your servant’s heart ...
... while pre-drinking. Then Greer's friends Hayden and Jamie turned up and we started doing photos and concentrating more on the drinking.
Then around 9pm we caught the train into Waterloo and went underground into an old air raid shelter. This was incredible! Everyone was dressed to the nines in 1940's kit (they were even turning people away at the door for wearing jeans etc). There were live bands playing old school music, a ...
... pants. People watching in Camden is also a joy. There are a plethora of tourists from all over the world, but the locals are far more interesting, as Camden seems to attract a variety of different subcultures. We saw Goths with leather pants and spiked collars, hippies with dreadlocks and long beards, people with more piercings than a pin-cushion and some fads that defy the power of my ability to describe.
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... are to have our family.
Thursday 26th (AKA Boxing Day).
Ding, Ding round two. Time for another massive roast lunch today, this time cooked to perfection by my Mum. After lunch I headed to the pub with my Dad to watch the West Ham vs Arsenal game. We were met there by uncle Andrew and cousin Tom, both of whom are Arsenal fans (All family's have a couple of weirdo's). Sensing it was not going to be a good day for the hammers i put a bet on that they would lose ...