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... market for 1.3 million pounds. As is. The area is supposedly up and coming, but not all that central and the price left me speechless. We also learnt about accommodation woes in London: high competition means you must be prepared to view a flat, and pay the bond immediately. An average room costs between 5-700pounds per month, and you are expected to pay a one week letting fee, two months advance rent and a two month bond. All in all, a ...
... Bridge. It’s a really lovely area with most apartment blocks enjoying there own communal private garden.
Back to Kensington high street station and making our way to Kensington Palace and gardens and neighbouring Hyde Park. Just a quick stop at some more shops to buy some warm clothes as we were passing H&M and Marks & Spencer! After lots of walking and seeing lots of sights it was time for a late lunch.
We had lunch at ...
... them and a few of them tried to tip them over, so they roped it off. Visitor centre had this amazing360 degree view of the solstice summer and winter, which shoes the sun rising and setting as predicted by the 4marker stones...amazing. Weather has been good with no rain. Around 25 degrees, but humid. Most places do not have air conditioning, and if they have, it's not very good. None on the tube at all! I noticed ...
... one would linger too long. Darn!
Then we bee-lined it to what I remember as the “tower of horrors”. What a disappointment. It must be the effect of political correctness - there are no more horrible torture devices. I distinctly remember from my childhood a coffin sized box with spikes on the door so that when the door was shut .... None of that is here now. It was all whitewashed as far as I am ...
... all my photos. I am in the process of making collages to take back to Gilgil next year when I go, so that the children can have some colour in their new buildings. I am making separate ones for the girls' dorms, boys' dorms, and the office hopefully. Or maybe for the dining room, depending on what the new site needs... I am writing a massive list of things that would be useful to take back with me when I go whilst it's still fresh in my mind. I am writing all my experiences down ...