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... even though it's still the start of my adventures I've already overcome a milestone... I've finally used the airplane toilets lol. If you know me you'll know that they freak me out and that I've never used any, even on long haul flights! Thought it was about time I got over this and have to say, not as bad as I thought. I was a bit freaked out with the gaffa tape that looked like it was holding the toilet together but apart from that, all ...
... Nate, was ill so Janella, his wife stayed home. Steph and Matthew came with little William. Philip keeps talking about how ugly Prince George is when compared with beautiful William. We walked over to Chinatown and Dad ordered up a real feast. He was very embarrassed later to find out that Nicky and Steph had sneakily arranged today the bill. He scolded them for being ...
... and overwhelming and the amount of detail put into every piece just made it look too good to eat. We tried some free samples and I bought a small block of chocolate because you can't leave there without getting something, no matter how small. We then walked further down the street to a house from the 1800's which was set up exactly as if it was from that period of time and each floor was set up for someone from a different wealth ...
... calling out his wares. It was fantastic. Coming into spring there were lots of bulbs and preplanted hangers and pots. It was so interesting to finally see the names of various pants I had wondered about. Nearly everyone had bought something. We didn't.
Then across to Brick Lane which was more about food and vintage clothes. Again packed with people, dogs and kiddies on scooters. ...
... day. Highlights of the museum's collection include 12 Victoria Cross Medals won by the Regiment, the Uniform and Bearskin of King George V a former Colonel-in-Chief of the Regiment and an Eagle Standard of the 82nd Regiment of the French Line captured by the Royal Fusiliers during the Napoleonic Wars. The museum which had a lot of information about the Kings that fought for the country they also had a bust of Hitler which that brought back from ...
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