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... Hyde Park towards my place, I was lost, I knew where I was going but I just floated home, collapsing in bed.
I get a phone call from Ganzer in the morning, he says he's talked to Jack and they have all agreed to meet where he is, good for me because it's a good walk, will give me some fresh air. I smash through some horribly stale Burger King, it's just greasy enough to soak up the sinful mess inside my stomach, then I meet Ganzer at the hotel. I'm ready to ...
... The church called Hallgrímskirkja, is a Church of Iceland (Luthern) church. It was a very beautiful building - it is unfortunate that we did not have time to go inside.
On the way to the airport we stopped by what is probably the most famous tourist site in Iceland - the Blue Lagoon. The Blue Lagoon is located near the airport, and is actually formed from the runoff from a geothermal power plant (Iceland gets all of its ...
... walked along Regents Canal admiring the mansions and into Regents Park. We managed to get the 2 last tickets for Matilda for the matinee session while we were at Tussaud's so headed back to the hotel to change. We also made contact with our nephew Nick and planned to have dinner with him again at the pub close to our hotel after the show. Great seats and an awesome show! Will definitely see it when it comes to ...
... much to increase the blood pressure but I think all is now sorted!
I am really looking forward to an amazing trip. For those I didn't get to see before I left apologies. My thanks to everyone for their good wishes and recent get togethers. You will all get some peace for a few months.!
Have mastered the solo traveller ,keep luggage secure dilemma and had the waitress guard my ...
... I say goodbye to people I have grown fond of, and leave my students in the hands of a new teacher. (It is always tough, I don't know how primary teachers do it!). You spend a lot of time with them, helping them learn and grow. If I was staying in London, I would definitely want to keep working at South Hampstead, and they basically told me they wouldn't have me working anywhere else. (There was a post, but it came up in January, when I was still in my I hate London phase). Part of ...