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... Aussie Aussie, Oi Oi Oi! We stood proud and clapped loud for the Phillip Hughes moment of applause and we cheered as loud as possible with the Wallabies appeared. Unfortunately the game was rather poor and we didn’t win :( Monday will be a sorry day for me haha. I think this area next year will be unbelievable! As the game came to a close and Australia admitted defeat we, along with the 82,000 other people, headed back out of ...
... that at some stage we would come good. Our first weekend was spent relaxing and catching up on sleep and visiting the Borough Market which is a very cool place to grab lunch. It was also awesome watching the Aussie ski show team on the internet.
I spent the start of the second week in a school that was very disorganized and it meant many lessons started with me bluffing in front of the kids before I worked out what I was suppose to teach. ...
... Awww, I love you too, England.
The only time I've ever departed from Terminal 5 was when we were coming back from Rome and we had about ten minutes to catch our connection to Dulles. We literally sprinted across the Terminal, so I don't remember much, just blurs of orange vests and signs saying, "This way to Washington Dulles connection." It took me a little while to orient myself, but ...
... in there!
Anyway, the actual night was amazing as usual... except Kristy got wasted, only enjoyed about one Power Ballad and then spent the next hour hugging the bowl with me or Suzi watching over her... she is the cutest drunk I have like ever seen.. like a little sick child- classic stuff to watch.
Anyway in the end Erin was nice enough to take her home and I got back in the Power Ballads swing- twas as always a good night!
... over to the Tower, which is where the phrase "on the wagon" originated. I have no idea how true that is, but it makes an interesting story.
From there, we had quite a long night. We visited a rooftop bar overlooking the river. We went to the Covent Garden area, which has rows of bars and expensive shops. We also went to Leicester Square/Piccadilly Circus, which is the Times Square of London, with big bright lights and hoards ...
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