Let Me Out
Yet another of my London adventures grinds to a boring halt at Stansted Airport. We had a few good meetings with potential clients, both of them pretty huge and clients that would sure to be a pleasure to work with and get to know better.
London was nice today, a few showers but not more than one would expect, I guess. The temperature was just right, a little warm for the season, the natives said, but I was able to walk around outside without having to wear a jacket, which is a good thing.
The security is pretty thight at Stansted tonight, there was even an extra police control for all passengers on international flights.
Well, the gate will open in a few minutes, but I’ll be back to bother you soon. Given that the plane doesn’t crash of course. So far, so good.
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