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After a lovely breakfast we set off on a quick sight seeing tour of the popular sights of London. Kensington Palace with its 47 bedrooms makes me think that Kate and William will be planning a big family, right? Well at least they are keeping up with Gran at her place at Buckingham! Her house is still bigger. It's a relief to know that the families are well protected with all those guards marching about. The highlight of the day was catching up with our ...
... at Kings Park.
4. View from our balcony.
5. Granite skywalk.
6. Sensational heights.
6. Will's domain.
1. A storm ripping the roof of our flats off!
2. Finding a redback spider in the bed on our first night!
Top Five Beaches;
1. Conspicuous Cliffs beach, near Walpole.
2. Little Parakeet Bay, Rottnest Island.
3. Greens Pool, near Denmark.
4. North Cottesloe beach.
5. Bunker ...
... I didn't want it to end but it did and we went home, cooked up our treats bought from the markets earlier that day and went to bed.
Day 3 involved a lot of tours and a lot of walking. We started off the morning with a tour of the East End of London. It was pretty interesting and we got to head down back alley ways and check out a lot of the street art. After lunch, we did a rock n roll tour. Dane and I were the only ones on it so we had the guide all to ourselves. ...
... from kings Speech, reserve guard regiment marching to the barracks with a band, Buckingham palace - Had a pub lunch and had cottage pie and bangers and mash (very English) - Went to Westminster Abbey and saw the beautiful cathedral - Walked to west end and saw Book of Mormon! Woo! - Found the giant 4 level m&m store! - met mudilo from Brasil our room mate in the hostel Fun Facts: - I have a cold, boo. But luckily not too bad and I brought cold and ...
... that much more expensive than a regular ticket, but I love history and wanted to hear what this guide had to say. They only have one guided capsule each day. Why? I am not sure, but I am so glad I booked it. There were only 8 people in it. Two families and myself.
First up is the cruise. I am there early and I am first in line. I immediately get on the upper deck with my monopod and immediately scout for the best seat. Well...then tons of middle school ...