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We landed safely albeit with a bit of a bump and have said goodbye to Ubani who is flying home to Nigeria tonight. Now on our way to M25/m40 junction where we’ll stop for a quick supper.
All enjoyed the water park. Amazing slides. At one point 10 or more choristers went down in a chain with Mr Bell. Now we’re at the airport waiting for the flight (there are 2 flights a day here in summer). Photo is actually an uncommon site but they’re all exhausted. However a full compliment of limbs.
These boys! How well trained are they?
Love how professionally these small people folded their towels. They almost look untouched!
The choir have just performed the most amazing concert. So special in so many ways. Many wet eyes. Emotions running high in choir and audience. One to remember. More to follow. But here’s a favourite shot. Not sure who invited them but they were very enthusiastic! shot
After a delicious lunch of Swedish meatballs or trout with rhubarb, then a game of ultimate frisbee, rehearsals have started for our final concert in Sweden.
No y8 trip to the gym this morning. In fact everyone seemed a little slower to get out of bed. But all up and rehearsing now for our mass at 11.
Enormous pizzas, a stunning cathedral, chicken in a rubber boat, the FT and some exhausted but happy boys. Missing Me McVittie. Seen the chorister parents in a new light.