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... br> Cardamom
Mini Cocktail MIxers:
Gin and tonic
And one other with the grapefruit.
I believe that they use citrus as the base for the gins, giving the drink a nice light feel to it. My favourite was the cardamom one to drink straight. However, it was the final taster, so I my have been influenced by this point.
My ride home was rather interesting. The jubilee line had issues and at 2 stops before home, ...
... at around 18:00. Met in the lobby and proceeded to xxx restaurant in the Hilton, so we didn't have to brave the cold weather, food extremely good and nice to reunite with Dad, Keightly and Joe. Ventured outside with Emma to feel the temperature, collected some brochures to plan the next few days then off to bed. It's now 02:00am London and I am wide awake writing this blog, Emma' awake, Celina is half awake and Sophie as usual is in a deep ...
... to the hostesses. After all the discussions, it was left on the seat in 2 sick bags, a little surprise for the cleaner. We now have arrived at Heathrow, now commence the race to get through immigration and pick up your bags. Immigration wasn't a issue, with the girl behind the desk, asking us every question underneath the sun, but we nailed it. We probably waited about 30mins for our bags, didn't help they had 2 international flights on the same luggage tarmac, some one needs invent ...
After breakfast we headed down the road to feast our eyes on Buckingham palace, it looks just like it does in all the pictures, very opulent! The girls were a little disappointed that the guards were not accessible as they had both planned to take weird selfies and play some pranks! However we did get to see horse and carriage leaving from the mews and we followed them down the road. We took a stroll thought ...
... v Iran and England v Costa Rica.
We met up with Carolina and Marcus (her American friend who also lives in Salvador), before heading out to an Indian restaurant for dinner. Anj's first order had to be paneer - this is the Indian food she has most craved during our travels. We were soon to be disappointed, as it was cold and uncooked when it came out. After asking for it be cooked properly, ...