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... up these places because they're so awesome and I haven't got the time to write everything about them, but really worth looking at. The sculpture garden there were all these things made out of gold horseshoes, it was so amazing, I can't explain it. Mac has been to croft farm to learn sailing too. And he's been to Weston-super-mare to the aquarium. Lots of trips! We have stayed a night at mum & day's friends, Monnie & Kev's place, and we go somewhere most days. Last ...
... being the home to some of the best Indian food in the world, I wandered through the streets in the area.The sounds of beautiful English Accents mixed with the moisture in the air due to the looming storm and the sights of all the different kinds of people from around the world made me wonder if London looked any similar back in the Imperialist days with merchants, traders and slaves ...
... which was mostly cheap clothes (5 - 10 pound t-shirts and 5 - 15 pound dresses) then made our way down to Camden Lock where another maze of stalls and shops awaited. I swear, anything you can possibly think of, you can buy at the markets. You can get lost in there! So many little alleyways to explore and interesting things to look at. There's clothes, shoes, books, jewellery, arts and craft and so on. Music blares from some stalls making the atmosphere ...
... in about 15 hours, I will be touching down in Hong Kong and joining the Lions Pride. Irish flag in tow, of course. London was another airport dash. With only an hour between my connecting flight. I had to get from terminal to terminal by 2 busses, go through a lengthy security queue again and find my gate. I made it. Nothing lost and no injuries to report. Good start to the tour. Time to board! See you in 12 hours Hong ...
... Lots of tourists but still worth seeing. Up the road then to the Royal Mews where the royal coaches are kept. The roads had barricades up ready for the opening of parliament where several of these coaches will be used.
We took in the view from the top of the Wellington Monument then on to the Royal Horse Guards Museum. We finished day at the Jewel House near the Houses of Parliament. A new PB of 6 attractions!
We had left St Paul's Cathedral until ...
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