Discussion in 'Kent UK' started by AmberStarbright, Feb 7, 2004.
I am going to need a spot of brew to help me with the jetlag
Whatever day you fly in, Mike - try to stay up til your normal bedtime. It will help get you on our time a bit quicker.
Yes - a 'flexible' 1030 sounds good considering that most of us need to take a train and/or tube to get to the Tower.
Mike, you mean you actually sleep? [face_shocked]
It is hard to believe isn't it
Actualyl I don't know it was me that kept you up when I was at yours, you were telling me to go bed and I forced you to watch tv .... and I was still the first one up in the morning
If Mike keeps posting at the early hours I've seen in the Collecting Forum, he won't have to do much to get on our time zone..
Of course we might have to wake him up a few times during the day!
From what I've seen he doesn't sleep much.
Mike you aren't a vampire are you?
So anyway, moving on, 10.30 is good for me too.
Cool I decided I'm not going to buy the tickets in advance because I am relaying on everyone turning up so the cost of the tickets each is Â£13.50. I'll just check where the ticket office is exactly for the palace.
Is everyone still ok with Indian food or would they prefer something else?
Sounds like an interesting idea.
I'll give it some consideration.
Me luuuuuuuurves da Indian food, so i'm up for that!
Indian food sounds great Jeannette I do not like the taste of blood that much
You'd make a lousy vampire then, Mike...
Yeah, Indian food is still fine by me.
Sounds like a big old meet for us, lol.
But I shall put my 'Mr. Cautious' hat on for a bit
If we have 8-10 people showing up, is there a chance of having to book somewhere for the meal??
Please bear in mind I'm no expert when it comes to indian restaurants, so haven't a clue how they work
Of course you can
I know one restaurant just off Lesceister Square.
I just hope that I do not scare you folks
I'm used to your craziness
That is what you think Jeannette
Do not worry I will not bring the disco wig with me
bah there are still more of us then there are of you so should be us scarying you....or at least confuse you with our accents
I must admit that it is going to be very emotional for me. I have never been out of North America and on my own on a plane...
First time is the hardest, Mike. Then it gets easy.
(Note on the plane trip - have a pen with you. You have to fill out a landing card for Immigration. The cabin crew will hand them out prior to landing. It's no big deal though - just have the address of wherever you are staying with you).
As far as accents go, I count 3 countries represented so far - Canada (Mike), US (me - haven't lost it yet!), and GB (everybody else). Any others?
LAJ, Yoshee's accent is different to mine and my accent is different to Matt's and dom's
I can't remember who DA6's accent is like, I guess like Matt's as it's south London. Paul's accent is different but he's understandable
Well, it should be interesting, at least!