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... forward planning person you no doubt know me to be, I had bought a Lonely Planet Guide with every intention of reading it to educate myself about the tantalising prospects that await me. However, as with most attempts to plan ahead, I started late and it didn’t last very long. Pretty sure Sophie will be reading it on the plane though. A brilliant start. I’m sat in the airport now trying to hold it together, wish me ...
... we have been very fortunate we have 3 seats between us so we may catch some sleep. We watched a movie or two grabbed some sleep the time soon passed we landed at Heathrow at 6pm. Ian picked us up, we arrived in Peterborough about 8pm. The Aussie flag was strung across the fence and covering one of the windows, we were rather shattered but did manage to stay awake until ...
... in Prague and BBC News. Felt like Groundhog Day.
But the piece de resistance of our day was getting to the West End to see 'The Book of Mormon' with Angela, Mark and Grace. Hmm - first time in London, no currency, no idea about the underground and peak hour...recipe for disaster?
All was good till we hit Paddington Station. OMG. We had never seen so many people going in so many directions and all with a singular intent. We were not ...
... in the front row. Anyone who's ever been on these buses knows that this is the best spot on the bus.
The double-decker buses are really the best way to see London, on this journey we would pass through Trafalgar Square to head towards Buckingham Palace. There is really so much to see and do in London, you can wander past famous landmarks without realising it. This is exactly how we stumbled upon Buckingham Palace. We had been wandering ...
... br abp="603">Someone called Russell Howard?
Well that ticket is for tomorrow night. Signifying 1 year since I left home. One year of winging life like I know what I am doing when really I have no freaking clue.
S that is the main reason I am back in London. But instead of dong what I did for Quidam and literally staying one night, I have decided to make a thing of it, and ...