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Day 1 in London We had in house tour guides Greg & Louise (with their local knowledge) take us on underground tube to Piccadily Circus, Leicester Square, New Zealand house where Peter Bush had amazing exhibition of rugby photos. Went past No 10 Downing Street. Views all around so incredible. We chose to walk and save hop on hop off bus for another day as in need of some exercise. So much to see. Now need to check online to see where our seats are at first game in Cardiff. Till next ...
We started Saturday with an early breakfast and off to the Tower of London. We're mastering the Underground and DLR service and made it there easy. The London Pass allowed us to bypass most of the line and we entered right at 9am. The Tower is amazing. One its huge. Two it just drips with history and story after story. It feels like an old castle (which it is) and we got to see the White Tower, Crown ...
... on the Women in Prison project. Naturally enough, this project aims to help foreign national women who are in prison secure their rights adequately from their disadvantaged position behind bars. My first assignments for Audrey entailed: Reading a couple of relevant cases (more for my own information rather than their application to a current case); searching for journal articles relevant to a research project she is initiating on foreign national women on remand; and scouring ...
... in the pores of the lace.
The crowd look on appalled at the expressions of determination and questioning disbelief on Mazie’s face as she picks up each shirt, each blouse, each skirt, and every bra and pair of knickers. The crowd looks on while Mazie checks each item checks the lining and elastic for explosives and drugs and signature labels. I watch wondering what I have that will interest her when it’s my turn.
No, I'm not worried about the time change or jet lag. 7 hours (London) and 9 hours (Zambia) ahead of Mountain Standard Time is no big deal.
No, I'm not (too) worried about my insulin staying cold. Flight attendants are generally friendly and will keep it cool for me.
No, I'm not worried about how long the inter-terminal corridors are at Heathrow....Even with both of our bags and no cart in sight (YAY CART STATION!)
No, I'm ...