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... We took the overnight bus to London!!! And I love London!!! I will tell you why in a moment, but first I need to tell you about the English Channel. Instead of going across it on a ferry, we went under it. It was somewhat of a claustrophobic experience. The bus was driven into a long tube, and locked in. Kind of like we were in a huge transport car. Then the "tube" was somehow pushed through the tunnel underground. Very interesting, and just somewhat creepy. Oh yay! Now I get ...
... 4.80 and after a long drawn out telephone conversation with a foreign accented lady I finally got the necessary pass! Thank God for Skype, as the 10 minute call only cost me 42¢!
We then joined the traffic jam that is the M25, drove under the Thames and then headed further east to Southend-on-Sea, arriving mid afternoon.
There was a nice long promenade and a pier, along with all the usual amusement centres, and we found a lovely new Premier ...
... Museum. There is a continuous recorded commentary that is available here with a choice of around eight languages. The Green Route This is in fact the shortest route and crosses from Covent Garden to the King are Cross and goes back again. The Free Walking Tours This is a wonderful way of spending the time here and is a part of the Big Bus Tours along with a river cruise too. One also at times has a ...
... especially when you're with Ashleigh who loves shopping at duty free and all the other airport retail outlets ;) When we arrived at London we checked in then went and found a nice English pub to have dinner. We had a Sunday roast, of course, consisting of Yorkshire pudding and veggies. No mushy peas thankfully. It certainly wasn't as good as my Mums or Nans. Or Ash's to be quite frank. It did fill the spot before we left to do a bit of night sight seeing. We walked past ...
... 6:30am to finish taping boxes, complete immigration paperwork and haul the heavy cartons down 3 flights of stairs...
as we weren't planning on doing this blog; there are precious few pictures. more to follow.
next blog: arriving in NZ and to our new home: whakatane
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