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UK St. George's hospital - Hornchurch -Essex -June - 2013

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Thankful there was enough remaining to grab some shots and at the same time have a good giggle

Splored With Lara,Trog and peaches

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In the back area of the stage Lara found some costumes and the silliness began.

Beds began to roll up and down the corridors .

 

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Better not to ask

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I nearly ran straight into secca.

At first i thought it was another fool dressed up but as Sindbad

Then realized he was a Sihk Secca lol

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This fella was either as deaf as a post or turned a blind eye & I wasnt fussed with either.

As was more to see and we put a bit of distance between us and the now named Turbanator.

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Cheers for looking in

 

Edited by Dubbed Navigator

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Lovely corridors, hope it doesn't dissapear to quickly, wouldn't mind a look at that place. Nice job Skells

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Cracking report mate, loving those corridors! very appealing place this one :D

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