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September 10, 2006

Back to Reality

A wedding, a six week honeymoon around the world, and now back in the UK - back to reality. I have just completed my first week of work after a nine week break.

It's been a busy couple of weeks since we returned. Pete and I have done a few trips to London, looking for accommodation to rent. Finally found an apartment in Shad Thames area, in Cayenne Court building. It's a 1 bed furnished apartment - so no 2nd bedroom for people to live with us. The complex has a gym, pool, jacuzzi and sauna. We move in on 2nd October.

So the plan is that I will mainly be working in London area. Shad Thames is right near Tower Bridge - so yep right in the centre. Too lazy to add my own photos at this stage.

In the meantime, we've been staying at Admiralty11 with Justin, whilst Tamsin is galavanting around Malaysia with Suzie. Nothing exciting happening really. We completed on our new apartment in Southampton, so we've been buying stuff for it and doing the usual fun setup. I'm sure there'll be a post about Elmfield3 as soon as we've taken some pics and got a bit more organised.

September 17, 2006

More Nothing

So another week, but haven't done anything really. I spent the entire day today doing stuff on the house - mundane stuff such as installing rails in the cupboard, or at least passing Justin the drill. Spending so much time in B&Q warehouse looking at diy stuff to buy is very depressing. I don't understand people who actually enjoy doing this.

Heading to Birmingham for 2 weeks before enjoying the fun task of loading a van up with all our stuff in storage to move into centre of London.

I guess at least I can look forward to going to the theatre every week in London!!!

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