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Best Answer Globetrekkermel says
Thank you for giving your experiences. That medieval family gathering sounds very exotic. I hope your trip to Bhutan and Tibet are as you expect them to to be.
You are wecome Cyndi10.i appreciate your comments.lookingforward with excitement to Tibet and Bhutan.God bless.
Bhutan is on my bucket list, we should be there next year. Tibet, not sure, I think the political situation would upset me too much, maybe. I'd love to see HH The Dalai Lama. I went to his house in India, but he was out.
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Marie Verwae says
I'm glad you love my old home Marie, I love it too. I could never be bored of London, I wish it was practical for us to still live there. I miss the history, museums, galleries ( all free!) and the cultural diversity and great food so much.
I haven't visited London, but I've always thought London would be an intriguing place to visit. History fascinates me and England's history is, in general, is fascinating with all the twists and turns in the "story" of its people. Thanks for sharing.
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Holly Jackson says
I'll look forward to reading that.