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Charismatic Characters My Family Met in the UK...

 

Of course, no wedding party is complete without a gorgeous little Page Boy.

 

On public transport in Edinburgh we chatted with this cool family who told the kids all about their 'red and green hair'.

 

We still can't figure out why all these Japanese tourists at our hotel were dressed this way. They didn't speak English and we couldn't speak Japanese so we spoke in sign language. They took photos of us and we took photos of them.

 

I heard the kids on the bus calling our exceptional Trafalgar guide, Julie, 'Auntie Julie.' She reminded them to wear their seatbelts in the bus, organized contests for them, explained British history to them on their level, answered each and every question they had and discretely made sure all the kids were always included in each of the activities.

 

And last but not least were the experiences and conversations we shared with every single person on our Trafalgar tour bus. Lovely friendships were formed with promises to keep in touch.
It's already begun via Facebook as families dispersed to their hometowns in Canada, U.S., Australia and South Africa.

 

So... Grandma needn't have worried. Happily, this group journey to the U.K. with my family was the farthest thing from insular and my grandchildren are now full fledged 'JourneyKids.'

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