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... We ended up calling it a night at around 10 30 as it takes over an hour for us to get back to our accommodation (and that’s even with taking the proper routes) We said goodbye and got on the bus and saw just how easy it could have been….. but where is the fun in that. We got home no stress and walked in the door at 12 on the dot.
Alarm set for 6 15 ready for our flight back home.
Neither of us slept much that night with the anticipation of ...
... they wanted to buy! We dragged them away and turned towards Soho for dinner. We stumbled upon a cosy Italian - which was just what the kids felt like. On the walk home, there was a moment of panic as neither Ben nor I could locate the keys to the apartment. Too tired now to even panic, we woke a neighbour who let us in... And found the keys in the floor outside our apartment (phew!) as I'm really not sure how anyone would have coped having to wait one extra minute to fall into ...
... sleep, i was unsettled. But i think anybody in my shoes wouldve been, especially if they too almost missed their 2nd flight by the hair of their skin. And if the KFC popcorn chicken at their 2nd stop over was spicier than Mileys sex life itself.
Travelling to my temporary accommodation, in a traditional London mini cab (about the only thing that put a smile on my face at this stage), I finally got the chance to sit back and reflect on the countries ...
I woke up early and showered, packed my bags and headed down stairs to catch a cab to the airport. The trip was busy but I arrived at the International Airport 3 hours before my flight. After I checked in and checked my passport I went to go to the Cafe. Before I knew it I was sitting on my flight ready to go.
I watched 2 movies and ate at least 4 meals I decided to try to get some sleep. I woke up after 5 hours and we were just about to land at our stop over in Dubai. ...
... first half of the ride glued to the seat in the middle of the capsule, only when I ask him to take a photo does he relax a little bit and stand up and look at the jaw dropping view from up the top. You can see everything from up there, it is a spectacular view, well worth having a go at this and in the end Goz seems to have enjoyed it slightly.... now off for some dinner and back on tube and home for our last sleep in London.