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... the flight from Osaka. I cannot believe this is the end. It has gone really quickly but if we think back to China it feels like a really long time ago. I cannot wait to see Teddy. We have come in within budget and have only had one minor hiccup... Visagate!! Haha. Before I came traveling I thought it was going to be extremely difficult. I have been proved wrong. You just need to have a budget per day and keep to it. If you spend less one day then add it to another ...
... the road is a bit of a hazard because all the drivers just keep on driving if you cross at the wrong time. They don't slow down for you! I chose to wait for the green walking light like a sensible tourist haha. Wasn't going to get run over on my first day!
Of course I got lost on my way to ...
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... do was walk outside, this is very handy for a hostel. Upon entering our room our nostrils flare up, I think something has died under the bed, ah no I apologise, it's this smelly Indian ****er lying in bed, his **** covering all but a metre of floor space. We leave as soon as we can, Ganzer has picked up the scent of Nando's from three kilometres away. Not to break tradition we walk the wrong way, arriving at the river Thames. Maccas has wifi for us to use, we look at the map again and ...
... to re-development within a bomb-damaged area of the City of London. It is a few minutes' walk north of St Paul's Cathedral,overlooking the remains of the Roman city wall and on the edge of the oldest part of London, now its main financial district. It is primarily concerned with the social history of London and its inhabitants throughout time. The museum is jointly controlled and funded by the City ...