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It's been a hugely kng time since I have done one of these, but I've met so many people now that it's going to be long. - back at London Wonderground festival last year, I met a guy called Dane and his girlfriend. He was an Aussie that had remarkable resemblance to someone I knew at home. I always remembered him and was annoyed that I'd lost his number over the year. But fear not, the other day at work a guy walked in going to sit down during food service for just ...
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... of “Stella Arosta Beer” and some introductions and laughs we left to go to the Meeting.
I ran back to the hotel and grabbed my documentation from the room. Then headed down to the lobby into the “George VII” room. There were about 200 odd people sitting on the floor. The leader “Narcho” Then welcomed us to Contiki and told us what was to happen. There were 6 tours leaving the next morning so we separated into our ...
... in the parks such as Serpentine gallery, Serpentine Solar Shuttle, Serpentine Lake and Princess Diana Memorial Fountain. I look forward to visiting the Speakers’ Corner.
The Tourist Trail: Depending on the time at my disposal, I make it a point to visit Buckingham Palace in time to see the Changing of the Guard and seeing the furnished State Rooms of the Palace. I simply cannot resist taking a ride in the London Eye ...
Soooo, I cannot believe the time has come, and I will be setting off this weekend on my casual jaunt across the seas to the Far East. Oh yes... FAR sounds about right. Having graduated two years ago and worked my little trotters off since to fund this voyage (big shout out to Mum for letting me stay at home and for all the Sunday Roasts), I am now leaving for Southeast Asia, Australasia and a little bit of the US of A.