Last night we stopped in to a small grocery store in Kensington. I noticed that they had copies of the Lord of the Rings, Return of the King for sale. I turned and asked Mike if he thought that they were dubbed over for sale here so that everyone had British accents.
Don’t you think they should? Makes perfect sense to me.
Meanwhile, I’m at an Internet Cafe in London with Korean characters on the keyboard. Good thing I know how to touch type, otherwise I would be very confused. On a positive note, at least the @ symbol is in the normal place – the net cafe we went to yesterday had characters in all the wrong places. It was even harder to type on that than on the split ergo keyboard at home.
It’s sunny outside, the weather is gorgeous, and in the past 5 hours I think I have taken 100 photos of Big Ben. We rode in the Eye too, which was quite cool. Now we are off to Westminster Abbey, then Leicester Square to get tickets to see Harry Potter. It’s already out in the theaters here, and I just couldn’t pass up the chance to see it “early”. Afterwards, we are heading to Covent Gardens, where I am determined to find a Lush store. It’s a good thing we don’t have them in the US, I would end up bankrupt. (Mike added the bankrupt part – he knows me all too well…)