Party in Darkness

Klenova castle is scary. Built in 1291 it predates the Bodiam Castle by about 100 years but differs in one significant way. While Bodiam was built to protect against French invaders Klenova looks like it was built to protect from Witches, Werewolves, Succubi, and anything else that is haunting the dark gloomy forest just outside the castle walls.
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the World’s Best Tea

My tuxedo lay crumpled in a corner of my tent, a silk ascot thrown to one side. Outside the tent, which had gotten quiet barely five hours before came alive with music and voices.

The launch party was over, but the effects of the night continued to plague the camp.

Young men began breaking down their tents, top hats and white shirts askew. Women in cocktail dresses wandered into the morning sunshine. As a group, the Mongol Rally participants were a bit ragged. But we set about camp with a glimmer in our eyes.

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London Town Navigation

London Town Navigation

Getting off the underground carrying just under a ton in baggage I looked around for the third member of our team. Normally looking for a smug man in a v-neck t-shirt is enough. Unfortunately, there were about 6 such men and wearing tight shorts to boot. “Oh London, as a cultural beacon of humanity you could do better.”
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