I mentioned in my previous post that we were slightly behind schedule when we went swimming with the ducks. Much to Ashley’s disgust, I love to have an itinerary on a city-break type of holiday. Otherwise, with Ashley’s laid-back approach to life, in combination with the Little Trekkers’ ability to get side-tracked with a million often insignificant distractions, we’d never get anything done.
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I’m not a fan of crowds but I love a bit of pomp and ceremony. Hence, I was delighted to discover a way to catch the Changing of the Guard whilst avoiding the worst of the crowds.
After our sleeper trip to London a few years ago we really weren’t intending to do it again so soon.
The blurb on the sign on the way into the Diana Memorial Playground mentioned that it was designed in such as way as to encourage appropriate risk-taking behaviour. The designers weren’t wrong!
Judging by how many of us come here, I think the Natural History Museum should be the unofficial Little Trekkers’ Ambassadors HQ. It was one of many “must sees” on our recent trip to the capital and the dinosaur section was first on our list.
During the October holidays we had a trip down south to catch up with family and friends. We have mastered the art of travelling light with as little luggage as we can get away with.
I have never seen this but recently on the way home from a holiday at the railway station we saw a man with a hawk on his arm. The next thing it flew off and sat above the departure board, then back to the man again swooping low over the people walking back and forth for their train.