Leaving for Halifax then onto Europa.
Aboard Zoom. They show you how much longer the suffering will last. nice of em.
Shhhh. Some of us didn't stay awake the whole flight....yet some of us did.
Reflections in the Tube. England style.
Stinging Nettle. I didn't bother to test out why its called that.
From the land of Kings. this tree was one of many. beautiful and ancient.
Billy no-nuts. the cat
Billy Rocked. hes one of my all time favourite cats. More like a small dog, but without the stupid bits.
A Pint or 4 in an ancient english pub. seats 10 or so. funny place.
Gordon (ians dad) entertaining us foreigners.
Suzy and Michelle.
Gordon and Ians Jaw and nose.
The Woodman has won awards for its Pubness. fun spot.
The backyard of Ians parents home. Meg and Gordon really have it figured out it seems.
A six or so century church we just stumbled upon. fantastic really.
Artsy interior shots now.
Original i think. stunning.
The back of the last pew. What hands may have touched this i can't imagine.
I asked for a hawaiian pizza and a red ale but i never got one.
Michelle and Suzy being punted around Cambridge. Lucky.
I think this is Kings College. And it is named that for a reason.
Ian took us down river. i had to take us home.
when your punting pole gets stuck in the mud you have 2 options. 1 hold onto it. 2 let it go. i chose the dryer option.
ya its funny....
A local pub that ian and suzy frequented when they lived there.
Suzy walking uphill on the flats. Long story.
A moment in time in the termial
The start of the tour in the London Eye. A tourist money grab really but still neat to see.... except for ian who couldn't see. poor bugger.
Buckingham Palace on the Queens 80th Birthday day.
Downtown London Ville