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Travel Blogs from London
... and dinosaurs. I bunked with Chloe. Great roomie!
I moved out on the Tuesday and went to Wimbledon on the Wednesday. After watching some up and coming talent it’s awesome to know that the kids playing this weekend, in 5-10 years time some of them will be the British sports stars of the day!
On Thursday night the chairman and CEO took the interns and team leaders (team leaders lead the 300 volunteers over the weekend) ...
We started the day with a stop at St Paul's cathedral. We saw the front steps where the bird lady fed the birds in Mary Poppins. And we also saw the circular staircase used in the Harry Potter.
From there we walked to see the changing of the guard on horseback. We walked to Buckingham Palace and saw the rest of the ceremony of the guard.
We hopped the bus to Windsor castle. The train station was really cute with shops ...
... of God did Carrie Hope Fletcher as Eponine steal that show! I was really surprised how much I loved Eponine by the end, as the book did not evoke the same emotions from me. Definitely cried during "On My Own"; absolutely fantastic. I was ready for a let down as it's my favorite song of all time, but nope, she got it. Here's a TINY taste of her rendition - of course nothing compared to the full ...
... plane and which direction to do it. It was great.
I had to take a photo of the Stephenson Rocket for my brother in law Kev. It was the first passenger locomotive, there was also the oldest locomotive in the world there too- Puffin Billy.
There you go BK, don't say I don't think about you!
Next door to the Science Museum is the Natural History Museum. This is obviously full of natures ...
... of not being able to avoid reality forever. It was
only when one of my best friends told me bluntly that whenever I went back I was
going to have that same feeling, that I accepted that flight delays can't last
I am excited for my challenge now. And I question whether this is this the
biggest challenge of them all. Starting up life again, being back in the UK,
leaving some of the people who understand me most the ...