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Arriving in London at 6.30am after a 24 hour flight meant two things - I was tired as hell, and I had a full day to fill before I could check into the hotel at 3pm.
The flight had been very long and though we had a stop at Singapore, by the time we got through customs there, we had only a half hour to spend before having to check back in for …
... my things.
As the artists closed their shop, they invited me out for drinks and we stayed out most of the night. I enjoyed talking with Tim and his business partner about ideas on what to say for a “Rules of a Lady” piece. If any of you have ideas please comment!!
The museums in London are gorgeous and free to the public – paid for by British taxes. Sales tax is already figured into the ...
... run down houses that has no signage or anything. Actually kinda glad we're not staying there because we are so far away from everything and its not a very nice area. We've booked somewhere central for the rest of our time and will head there tomorrow morning after some rest our feet and shoulders need a break!! On the bright side Luke saw his first fox. It may have been squished at the side of the road but I'm counting ...
... in Ayutthaya SRI LANKA
- Having some rare QT with my Lego :)
- Some of the most beautiful sunsets and beaches I have ever seen
- Seeing elephants roaming wild in Yala National park
- Leopard spotting in Yala National Park
- Blue Whale watching
- Checking out street art and dancing with the locals (and my Leipzig friends) in Valparaiso
- Climbing up (and sliding down) Volcan Villiarica - ...
... life on a spiritual level does exist, and in this particular place I am convinced of it. HenryVIII's crown was melted down by Oliver Cromwell, but there are several visual representations from the time period as well as a detailed list of the jewels, their size, shape, cut, etc. Thus has Henry's crown been reconstructed. It was quite a feeling to see it displayed in the same place that he sat to attend church services with the Queen's pew right ...