We discovered that the neighborhood where we stayed was very diverse.  In fact, there were more ethnic shops and restaurants than quintessential British fare.  We had to look hard to find a fish ‘n’ chips shop, and it was really just a kebap shop that sold fish and chips on the side.  Not so good.  It was an interesting place to walk around.

Two of Gus’ memorable comments while walking around London:


“I like it better in the old times, before money was invented. I wish we still used seashells.”

(Why he is stuck on this seashell thing, I know not)

After seeing a woman in a full Niqab (more than a Chador, less than a Burqa), Gus declaired,

“I just saw a Ninja!”

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