De Vere Warbrook House and Grange
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... reply to his blogs and personal emails
Myself, meanwhile am so disappointed with Oasis, they have had no contact with him, no phone calls, emails, he called them about cancelling the trip and any refund, but they have just referred to their T&C’s
I don’t expect anything from the driver or guide, they are still in Africa, he has sent them emails to bring them up to speed on events, they have sent replies back
Derrick is now home, weak ...
It 'twas the day before Christmas and London put on a stellar of a day! Kara, Billy and I made our way to Victoria to see the iconic changing of the guards at Buckingham palace; Christmas edition. I'm not sure if it was a Christmas special or if it was actually a 45 min plus procession. By the time the guy with the sword walked up the middle path and did some fancy foot work for the 55th time we thought it maybe best to move along. Queenie didn't come out for tea but ...
The only thing I can say is ****. I hate long flights. It is my ambition to be able to fly Business Class. I am so glad we upgraded to Premium Economy. Seats are wider, more leg room, first on and off flight, great service and food. Highly recommend. Would never do zoo class long haul again. Early dinner then bed. Travelling for 24hrs by the time we got to hotel. Not much else to say. Off on our trip ...
Sadly said farewell to the Geordie hospitality and headed back towards London with one last stop at Stonefall Cemetery and then back to Heathrow to drop off the Pug. 10331 kms in 6 weeks at an average of 4.6 km/100 km isn't too back considering the autobahns........ Then back on the tube to spend the night in Hammersmith and catch up with Chris Loy. Caught up at pub nearby and had a very enjoyable ...
... to hurry as we had a 10:30 reservation for a guided Harry Potter Muggle walk, which was three tube lines and many stops away. Of course, Murphy's Law always comes into play when one is rushing. We had to make an extra train change as one went out of service midway thru the journey. We managed to get to the tour at 10:40 just as the tour was getting ready yo leave, as they had been waiting for us to get there. It was a small group....less than twenty. Our guide's name ...