Ode to Visitors, Part One

We were very lucky over Easter to play host to two very special visitors from Brisbane via Zurich:  Lissy and Dylan.  What a cracking time it was!  We first explored Colchester (which actually didn’t take very long); indulged in a spot of Frisbee; and headed into London for the remaining days, exploring the streets and visiting a variety of London icons, parks and museums.  Here we are posing at South Bank, near the London Eye:

 And in front of the Prince Albert Memorial in Kensington Gardens:


We spent the final day at the Tate Modern taking in the Gilbert and George temporary exhibition and some of the permanent collection. 


We also took a ride on the Holler instillation – a series of three winding tubular slides departing from various floors of the Tate and terminating in the middle of the Turbine Hall (not a great day to be wearing a skirt!)

Rock on Lissy and Dylan and thanks for the happy times!

4 Responses to “Ode to Visitors, Part One”

  1. 1 Melanie Jun 26th, 2007 at 6:41 pm

    Hello Kirsty and Jason, I’m happy to hear that you both made it to London in one piece and things are going well. Colchester sounds cute!

  2. 2 Lara Jul 1st, 2007 at 9:25 am

    I will remember to wear my pants to the Tate. I will remember to wear my pants to the Tate.

  3. 3 Krusty Jul 2nd, 2007 at 11:25 am

    Hello there Melanie! Yes, Colchester is cute…at times! I hope you and Cris are both enjoying yourselves back in Munich and not missing the Greek Islands too much!

  4. 4 Krusty Jul 2nd, 2007 at 11:28 am

    Remember to wear your pants to the Tate, Ra.

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