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... vocabulary and pretty neat writing, but spelling is not her forte. Though apparently it's not her teacher's either, because he corrected "Slipry" to "Slipery".
Delicious PB&J toast for brekky, and headed off to Brighton!
The Brighton lanes are beautiful, and super quaint. It did rain the entire time, but hey, it's england, whatcha gonna do. It's all pastel and vintage style shops, with cutesy couture ...
... food for 3 days straight though....
The only thing that I didn't like about KLM was that the seats didn't quite recline enough. They reclined 1 inch too little, and it was just enough that I felt like I was sitting bolt upright and couldn't sleep. So I spent that valuable time watching The Intouchables and Tangled! :D
I arrived in London Heathrow about 8am, and holy moly Heathrow was ...
Well another day of British Liquid
Sunshine, as Brian has now begun calling it. The day started out
with no hot water as the boiler blew yesterday and it won't be fixed
until Tuesday. Monday, tomorrow is a bank holiday, as they call them
here. So we may be ripe soon. Hahaha, anyway, we are moving along
to the Piddle Inn in Piddleton tomorrow. Should see Stonehenge if we
are lucky and all goes well.
Today we headed over to ...
I felt sorry for the boys being dragged into all these girly shops, but they were pretty good. Although all we heard all day is "can we get some candyfloss now?"
On the way back we got to see the Pier all lit up as it was already getting dark (around 4pm lol!) and we walked to the end and saw all the rides etc but didn't stay long as it was starting to rain and bloody ...
... There was also a lot of information about codes. Agents were given specially written poems to memorise. This made them unique and therefore couldn’t be broken. One such poem, written by the cryptographer on the death of his girlfriend, was on display.
It gave an outline of the work some of the agents trained by the unit had done and their fate. This included Nancy Wake, the White Mouse. I knew a bit of her story but had forgotten that she was the ...