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Hello 5/6W! I have finally arrived in the UK after a long wait! England has been not only just like I remember it, but also a phenomenal experience that I didn't have when I came last time.
For a majority of our stay in England, we are going to be staying with our Aunty and uncle.Our aunty and uncle live near Watford, which is kind of like the equivalent of the size of Penrith ...
... reenactment of the crucifixion; and welcomed a Baroness (a member of British nobility) who led a prayer for the upcoming UK elections and the new president-elect of *****ia – and all of this occurred before the pastor came up to give the sermon.
But just as my eyes were starting to get heavy, the choir came back out and kicked off what turned out to be a ...
... to the away fans in the stands opposite. It was like being back at the World Cup with the crazy English soccer hooligans. They go bat **** crazy for soccer. On my last night in Kings Lynn, Ginge's family took me to a pantomime. I had no idea what this was before I arrived, but apparently it is traditionally English. It's difficult to describe. It is ideally a kids show of Snow White, yet has lots of adult humour as well. There was also a dame (man dressed up as a woman) who ...
... since we decided to go home and we were still searching for an open tube station. Luckily our friend had WiFi and could track where stations were. Finally we found one in Trafalgar Square but since all the tubes close around 12:30am, it was PACKED. Most uncomfortable ride I’ve ever taken so far on the tube. Finally we were home and in bed by 2am.
Katrin and I had planned to get up early on Sunday so that we could make the most of our ...
Having made the most of our final breakfast and waved goodbye to the Novotel, we drove only 20 mins to Leavesden near Watford having booked tickets for the Warner Bros Studios Harry Potter experience. It was very 'Disney' in flavour from the car parking system, to queuing, to the opening welcome in a wrap-round cinema and then moving you into a full cinema for a show and then the curtain rising to see the front door ...