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... directly in line with Elizabeth I, is Mary, Queen of Scots. Oddly, Oliver Cromwell was buried here for two years, but after the monarchy was restored in 1660, his body was moved, hanged and decapitated. Poets Corner features memorials to many literary luminaries, as well as the final resting places of Geoffrey Chaucer, CS Lewis, Lewis Carroll, Dickens, Handel, the Brontes, Jane Austen, Alfred Lord Tennyson and, bizarrely, Laurence Olivier. There is also a bust ...
... with a wonderful couple from airbnb who lived 3mins walk from the Bakerloo underground line and had a lovely house and room for us to stay in. Whilst in London we were lucky enough to catch up with our good friend Danny from Melbourne who was over there for a work conference. We also had the chance to see an old friend in Rod. After leaving Melbourne for acting school in Sydney 10 years ago, we hadn't seen Rod on close to 8 years. It didn't take long for us to be ...
... an open area environment. We got shuffled in and under this marque, and that's when the food started. We were getting samples of everything from smoothies, to bacon sandwiches, cheese, salmon finger foods.
Once it had stopped raining we wandered around the little market and each stall was opened to sampling as much as you wanted. The chocolate table was my fav - they had all sorts, white through to dark, truffles, plain. It was great! The cheese table was ...
... artwork has to be seen to be believed. It has been rebuilt 4 times in one way or form and was damaged during the bombing raids of WWII . The central dome is actually 3 domes inside itself. It was designed this way so it can impress the viewer from any point internally or externally. The intricacy and design puts anything built today to shame. After wandering the cathedral floor we climbed 257 stairs to the whispering gallery where we could view both ...
... continue to evolve over the life of the project.
Our daily work schedule looks like this:
6:45am - Volunteers need to be ready to help load up our transport
7:15am - Transport leaves for the worksite
11:30am – Teams return to base for lunch
1:00pm - Transport leaves again for afternoon work
4:15pm – Teams return ...