June 19-21, London

 

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Me and this guy taking a picture in Greenwich Park

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Me and all these people taking a picture of the view

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Me and all these people at Farringdon Station. You can’t see it but I’m holding a bag with Curry Wurst in it.

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Me and Chipp at Farringdon Station. You can’t see it but he has a bag full of chocolate malt balls and fizzy drinks and pickle Monster chips at his feet. It was on this bench that I ate my Curry Wurst and Sauerkraut. 

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Chipp and Gemma in Bedford after we got off the train. You can’t tell, but Gemma has sausage in her backpack.

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It’s obvious we are waiting for a taxi to take us flying down curvy roads during which a discussion about the World Cup will take place. Scotland has never done well, but a famous tennis player is someone the taxi driver tells his son to be like. Gemma is Scottish. She is proud of the tennis player and the taxi driver.

 

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It’s obvious we are waiting for a taxi and that I am facing the sun.

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Americans make better guacamole than the English. This orange salt shaker helped. I took a picture of this orange salt shaker for River, whose favorite color is orange. The avocados in England are not that great, but this guac was still good.

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Devin and I went to the Tate Modern and it turns out their exhibit on Poetry and Dreams also included a room of Soviet posters. I have more to say about the Poetry and Dream exhibit. Consider this a cliffhanger for the days to come.

 

 

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