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Travel Blogs from London
... a bit over zoo's. However when I suggested we go to London Zoo all were definitely in favour. I get the feeling the Davis boys need to arrange their education with something of animals in mind. Maybe a vet, maybe a farmer, maybe a zoo keeper! We had another awesome day although a little cooler which was quite nice. We saw penguins, heaps of cute butterfly's, every snake you could think of, all the ghastly looking ...
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... that record! However you can see how Brixton would be an awesome party town!
Yesterday we woke to what you would expect of London. Grey, cold and drizzling, but at least the tube was running again. Ah everything back to normal! With the rain, we thought it was a good museum kind of day, so we caught the tube to South Kensington and looked around the Natural History and Science museums. I love the fact that most of the museums here are free to enter. Can’t complain ...
... friend in New Zealand; and how we
vowed we'd jump out that plane, whatever it took. I know I need to do certain
things and see certain people. It'll happen one day.. And I hope it's sooner
rather than later, because there's some very special people and some incredible
places out there.
So I suppose, until the next time, this is the end of my travel blog. Thank you
for keeping in touch and I hope you enjoyed my journey half as much as I did. ...
... I lit a candle for Pa, and one for Rex, I didn't think he'd mind as I know he liked St Paul's. Someone was playing the organ at first, then the choir sang. It was so moving, and felt very special.
Best of all, I climbed the 257 steps to the Whispering Gallery. 275 steep and narrow steps in a continuous spiral. Then, we climbed 119 more, up to the Stone Gallery! This is outside, and we could take photos. The views were phenomenal. The descent was easier, but ...