Woogo - Kensington Palace
Travel Blogs from London
A couple of days ago, I discovered fringe theatre here in London. We have something like this in Houston: a smattering of small, independent theatres that are avant-garde and definitely worth the often low, low ticket price. Sometimes, these productions are better than anything mainstream. They take risks, and you leave feeling like you were immersed in another world, a world that ...
... six required, with a seventh in reserve). The presence of the ravens is traditionally believed to protect the Crown and the Tower. The superstition holds that "If the Tower of London ravens are lost or fly away, the Crown will fall and Britain with it."
Robyn and Jacqueline also had a chance to take in a London musical and saw Les Miserables on the last night.
Enjoy the pictures,
So today is the big day! Hannah, Lucy and I are headed off on elective today. We are going to Tanzania for the next 8 weeks, spending 6 weeks working at Huruma Hospital in the Rombo district of Northern Tanzania, then off for a bit of holiday time.
It is a step into the unknown of sorts and we are both excited and a little nervous. It is sure to be ...
As we arrived on a Friday, there was plenty to see and do the first day. However, while I was able to sleep on the plane, Kevin did not get much rest. He slept most of our first day while I scavenged for food in the shops surrounding our temporary living quarters. This did not prove difficult as the shops were open for all the businessmen and women working in the City. It was only when we awoke on Saturday that we realized that the area catered to ...
... You didn’t see the red light?” was the officer’s opening gambit.
None of us had. In fact, none of us had seen any lights, of any colour. We consulted each other with brief and silent exchanges.
“The light was on green when we passed through sir.” Bruno has a calm manner.
“The lights were red my friend. Now, let me see your documents.”
Quiet discussion between Bruno, Roger and I were had ...