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... horse on your left side and sword fight with your right side- as most people are right handed. It was the French who had a King that fought with his left side and made every one ride on their right. ( Now imagine me driving on the left side in my car and just waving my right hand-because that’s what’s I’m going to do to remind myself how to drive in England correctly.)
The information above might be incorrect but this is what we were told and it seems ...
... century speedily gaining popularity ever since. To find out more check out: history.com/topics/halloween
The kids at work absolutely love Halloween so it was a good opportunity to get involved since we don't celebrate at home. We dressed up and I even carved a pumpkin! It was actually a lot easier than I thought it would be, although mine was pretty basic compared to some! There is a great website called 'Extreme Pumpkins' which ...
... the ages! The upstairs gallery also had an interesting set of exhibits on the body and medicine, with many artefacts from Henry Wellcome's personal collection. After that we split - Liz, the girls and Chris took a cab to Paddington, and thence home, whilst I travelled to Victoria by tube, and back to Haywards Heath (to retrieve the car), before taking in the Brighton v Plymouth match (a 4-0 victory!).
All in all, a very enjoyable long weekend!
... ourselves in. Then we pretty much kicked back and watched the tennis until Sharon and Phil got home. Tonight we're having a final dinner at an Indian restaurant and Andy, Phil's son, is joining us. Big hugs all round when he arrives. Then we trooped off and had another great meal. Indian food in England is different from what we get in Oz. Not better or worse, just a bit different.
That's about it for England. We go home and will worry about the packing tomorrow ...
... Then we headed off for the pub district...or at least tried. We had a map, but it was terrible. Then we asked a man on the street. Never ask an English person for directions. They generalize by saying things like "go that way aways" and "go all the way down." Plus they usually mumble, so even if they were specific, you couldn't understand anyway. So we followed some horrible directions, got more lost, asked a ...