London - what an amazing week!!!

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London - what an amazing week!!!

hugewhaleshark
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Joined: January 25th, 2007, 1:20 pm

October 1st, 2012, 12:54 pm #1

Back in Singapore and my head is still swimming with the awesome week we've had in London! There were so many highlights... where should I start?

Ahh, London. Good do be back again.


After settling down for a couple of days doing touristy things, it was time to get things kickstarted proper! And what a start it was. An awesome Indian restaurant with incredible food.




Man, if that was the start, I can't wait for what came next!

Meeting up for the coach to Warwick, and meeting more Ristis for the first time!


It was great to get out into the country, and what a glorious sight awaited.


Just chilling and chatting in the sun.




Hmm, rather apt.


On to the evening's proceedings.


This would become a very important piece of equipment.


Ade the poet - who woulda thought???








Now back to that piece of kit. Suck! Suck! Suck!!!


I never thought I would see this - the Godfather getting a piece!


Hanging out at the smokers' corner.




Boy the country night air was nippy!


Next - the OP reception. And meeting even more Ristis!


Speaking with this man on the left was one of the highlights for me!!!


As was meeting this man on the right.


Jassies holding court.


And on to dinner at the Union Club.


Nice to meet this man on the left.


And the first time seeing a Brother's new baby.




Simply beautiful.


Lunch at 32 Great Queen Street - what amazing British food!!!






And on to the event itself! What an awesome venue!!! A perfect choice in my mind (more on this later).

Pre-dinner drinks.










My mates at table Pre-V!












The queen made a guest appearance. "One prefers ammo..." I hear ya!


Now about the venue... WOW!

St Martin-in-the-Fields is one of the most famous non-cathedral churches in London, with a history dating back to the year 1222. The Crypt at St Martin-in-the-Fields features beautiful 18th century architecture brick-vaulted ceilings and historic tombstones beneath your feet. Can you beat that???! I think not.

It is one of those venues that only London can provide. Quintessential, unique and memorable. It is one of those places which I have walked past countless times when I lived in London, and have heard of, but never been into. WOW! What a privilege to be back and on P-DAY!!!






Gush stepping up for charity - well done!!!


Jassies handing over the P-Day mantle to the Montreal crew.


And I walked away with something nice!


What's a mother-of-all GTGs without the mother-of-all table shots?


What a night! What a week!!! An incredible job done by the orgnanising team - you have made everything perfect. Words cannot say what a meaningful and memorable time I had. Thank you. Thank you so much..






"Aiyah Panerai, buay beh liao eh lah." / Singapore
"Agak gila Panerai." / Indonesia
"Owh, Besarnya!!!" / Malaysia
hugewhaleshark = Yeu Huan = SGRisti
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hkgweilo
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October 1st, 2012, 12:58 pm #2



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HammerHammer
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Joined: February 27th, 2005, 11:39 pm

October 1st, 2012, 1:01 pm #3



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So much MORE than just a Watch

What Watch ,, it's the M8TES behind my brand that I LOVE ,, the Watch is just the GPS

A decade on ,, I COPY it now ,, More than EVER b4 >> it's a PANERAI behind every Panerai is a PANERISTI

And dat , SIMPLY blows me away ,, U Bet....................... BBQ Drew RIP


Feel the Passion ,, Respect the DNA ,, Cheers Beers ,,, Hoo Roo Hammer

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TRISTAN29
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Joined: August 17th, 2010, 11:53 am

October 1st, 2012, 1:06 pm #4

Back in Singapore and my head is still swimming with the awesome week we've had in London! There were so many highlights... where should I start?

Ahh, London. Good do be back again.


After settling down for a couple of days doing touristy things, it was time to get things kickstarted proper! And what a start it was. An awesome Indian restaurant with incredible food.




Man, if that was the start, I can't wait for what came next!

Meeting up for the coach to Warwick, and meeting more Ristis for the first time!


It was great to get out into the country, and what a glorious sight awaited.


Just chilling and chatting in the sun.




Hmm, rather apt.


On to the evening's proceedings.


This would become a very important piece of equipment.


Ade the poet - who woulda thought???








Now back to that piece of kit. Suck! Suck! Suck!!!


I never thought I would see this - the Godfather getting a piece!


Hanging out at the smokers' corner.




Boy the country night air was nippy!


Next - the OP reception. And meeting even more Ristis!


Speaking with this man on the left was one of the highlights for me!!!


As was meeting this man on the right.


Jassies holding court.


And on to dinner at the Union Club.


Nice to meet this man on the left.


And the first time seeing a Brother's new baby.




Simply beautiful.


Lunch at 32 Great Queen Street - what amazing British food!!!






And on to the event itself! What an awesome venue!!! A perfect choice in my mind (more on this later).

Pre-dinner drinks.










My mates at table Pre-V!












The queen made a guest appearance. "One prefers ammo..." I hear ya!


Now about the venue... WOW!

St Martin-in-the-Fields is one of the most famous non-cathedral churches in London, with a history dating back to the year 1222. The Crypt at St Martin-in-the-Fields features beautiful 18th century architecture brick-vaulted ceilings and historic tombstones beneath your feet. Can you beat that???! I think not.

It is one of those venues that only London can provide. Quintessential, unique and memorable. It is one of those places which I have walked past countless times when I lived in London, and have heard of, but never been into. WOW! What a privilege to be back and on P-DAY!!!






Gush stepping up for charity - well done!!!


Jassies handing over the P-Day mantle to the Montreal crew.


And I walked away with something nice!


What's a mother-of-all GTGs without the mother-of-all table shots?


What a night! What a week!!! An incredible job done by the orgnanising team - you have made everything perfect. Words cannot say what a meaningful and memorable time I had. Thank you. Thank you so much..






"Aiyah Panerai, buay beh liao eh lah." / Singapore
"Agak gila Panerai." / Indonesia
"Owh, Besarnya!!!" / Malaysia
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hugewhaleshark
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Joined: January 25th, 2007, 1:20 pm

October 1st, 2012, 1:11 pm #5




"Aiyah Panerai, buay beh liao eh lah." / Singapore
"Agak gila Panerai." / Indonesia
"Owh, Besarnya!!!" / Malaysia
hugewhaleshark = Yeu Huan = SGRisti
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hugewhaleshark
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Joined: January 25th, 2007, 1:20 pm

October 1st, 2012, 1:11 pm #6




"Aiyah Panerai, buay beh liao eh lah." / Singapore
"Agak gila Panerai." / Indonesia
"Owh, Besarnya!!!" / Malaysia
hugewhaleshark = Yeu Huan = SGRisti
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BrisseCph
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Joined: September 2nd, 2010, 6:11 pm

October 1st, 2012, 1:19 pm #7

Back in Singapore and my head is still swimming with the awesome week we've had in London! There were so many highlights... where should I start?

Ahh, London. Good do be back again.


After settling down for a couple of days doing touristy things, it was time to get things kickstarted proper! And what a start it was. An awesome Indian restaurant with incredible food.




Man, if that was the start, I can't wait for what came next!

Meeting up for the coach to Warwick, and meeting more Ristis for the first time!


It was great to get out into the country, and what a glorious sight awaited.


Just chilling and chatting in the sun.




Hmm, rather apt.


On to the evening's proceedings.


This would become a very important piece of equipment.


Ade the poet - who woulda thought???








Now back to that piece of kit. Suck! Suck! Suck!!!


I never thought I would see this - the Godfather getting a piece!


Hanging out at the smokers' corner.




Boy the country night air was nippy!


Next - the OP reception. And meeting even more Ristis!


Speaking with this man on the left was one of the highlights for me!!!


As was meeting this man on the right.


Jassies holding court.


And on to dinner at the Union Club.


Nice to meet this man on the left.


And the first time seeing a Brother's new baby.




Simply beautiful.


Lunch at 32 Great Queen Street - what amazing British food!!!






And on to the event itself! What an awesome venue!!! A perfect choice in my mind (more on this later).

Pre-dinner drinks.










My mates at table Pre-V!












The queen made a guest appearance. "One prefers ammo..." I hear ya!


Now about the venue... WOW!

St Martin-in-the-Fields is one of the most famous non-cathedral churches in London, with a history dating back to the year 1222. The Crypt at St Martin-in-the-Fields features beautiful 18th century architecture brick-vaulted ceilings and historic tombstones beneath your feet. Can you beat that???! I think not.

It is one of those venues that only London can provide. Quintessential, unique and memorable. It is one of those places which I have walked past countless times when I lived in London, and have heard of, but never been into. WOW! What a privilege to be back and on P-DAY!!!






Gush stepping up for charity - well done!!!


Jassies handing over the P-Day mantle to the Montreal crew.


And I walked away with something nice!


What's a mother-of-all GTGs without the mother-of-all table shots?


What a night! What a week!!! An incredible job done by the orgnanising team - you have made everything perfect. Words cannot say what a meaningful and memorable time I had. Thank you. Thank you so much..






"Aiyah Panerai, buay beh liao eh lah." / Singapore
"Agak gila Panerai." / Indonesia
"Owh, Besarnya!!!" / Malaysia
And nice to have met you Yeu Huan !


Brian H
Copenhagen

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Joined: May 13th, 2010, 1:19 am

October 1st, 2012, 1:28 pm #8

Back in Singapore and my head is still swimming with the awesome week we've had in London! There were so many highlights... where should I start?

Ahh, London. Good do be back again.


After settling down for a couple of days doing touristy things, it was time to get things kickstarted proper! And what a start it was. An awesome Indian restaurant with incredible food.




Man, if that was the start, I can't wait for what came next!

Meeting up for the coach to Warwick, and meeting more Ristis for the first time!


It was great to get out into the country, and what a glorious sight awaited.


Just chilling and chatting in the sun.




Hmm, rather apt.


On to the evening's proceedings.


This would become a very important piece of equipment.


Ade the poet - who woulda thought???








Now back to that piece of kit. Suck! Suck! Suck!!!


I never thought I would see this - the Godfather getting a piece!


Hanging out at the smokers' corner.




Boy the country night air was nippy!


Next - the OP reception. And meeting even more Ristis!


Speaking with this man on the left was one of the highlights for me!!!


As was meeting this man on the right.


Jassies holding court.


And on to dinner at the Union Club.


Nice to meet this man on the left.


And the first time seeing a Brother's new baby.




Simply beautiful.


Lunch at 32 Great Queen Street - what amazing British food!!!






And on to the event itself! What an awesome venue!!! A perfect choice in my mind (more on this later).

Pre-dinner drinks.










My mates at table Pre-V!












The queen made a guest appearance. "One prefers ammo..." I hear ya!


Now about the venue... WOW!

St Martin-in-the-Fields is one of the most famous non-cathedral churches in London, with a history dating back to the year 1222. The Crypt at St Martin-in-the-Fields features beautiful 18th century architecture brick-vaulted ceilings and historic tombstones beneath your feet. Can you beat that???! I think not.

It is one of those venues that only London can provide. Quintessential, unique and memorable. It is one of those places which I have walked past countless times when I lived in London, and have heard of, but never been into. WOW! What a privilege to be back and on P-DAY!!!






Gush stepping up for charity - well done!!!


Jassies handing over the P-Day mantle to the Montreal crew.


And I walked away with something nice!


What's a mother-of-all GTGs without the mother-of-all table shots?


What a night! What a week!!! An incredible job done by the orgnanising team - you have made everything perfect. Words cannot say what a meaningful and memorable time I had. Thank you. Thank you so much..






"Aiyah Panerai, buay beh liao eh lah." / Singapore
"Agak gila Panerai." / Indonesia
"Owh, Besarnya!!!" / Malaysia
It was an awesome event from start to finish. TFS bro

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winrad
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Joined: January 4th, 2007, 1:15 pm

October 1st, 2012, 1:30 pm #9

Back in Singapore and my head is still swimming with the awesome week we've had in London! There were so many highlights... where should I start?

Ahh, London. Good do be back again.


After settling down for a couple of days doing touristy things, it was time to get things kickstarted proper! And what a start it was. An awesome Indian restaurant with incredible food.




Man, if that was the start, I can't wait for what came next!

Meeting up for the coach to Warwick, and meeting more Ristis for the first time!


It was great to get out into the country, and what a glorious sight awaited.


Just chilling and chatting in the sun.




Hmm, rather apt.


On to the evening's proceedings.


This would become a very important piece of equipment.


Ade the poet - who woulda thought???








Now back to that piece of kit. Suck! Suck! Suck!!!


I never thought I would see this - the Godfather getting a piece!


Hanging out at the smokers' corner.




Boy the country night air was nippy!


Next - the OP reception. And meeting even more Ristis!


Speaking with this man on the left was one of the highlights for me!!!


As was meeting this man on the right.


Jassies holding court.


And on to dinner at the Union Club.


Nice to meet this man on the left.


And the first time seeing a Brother's new baby.




Simply beautiful.


Lunch at 32 Great Queen Street - what amazing British food!!!






And on to the event itself! What an awesome venue!!! A perfect choice in my mind (more on this later).

Pre-dinner drinks.










My mates at table Pre-V!












The queen made a guest appearance. "One prefers ammo..." I hear ya!


Now about the venue... WOW!

St Martin-in-the-Fields is one of the most famous non-cathedral churches in London, with a history dating back to the year 1222. The Crypt at St Martin-in-the-Fields features beautiful 18th century architecture brick-vaulted ceilings and historic tombstones beneath your feet. Can you beat that???! I think not.

It is one of those venues that only London can provide. Quintessential, unique and memorable. It is one of those places which I have walked past countless times when I lived in London, and have heard of, but never been into. WOW! What a privilege to be back and on P-DAY!!!






Gush stepping up for charity - well done!!!


Jassies handing over the P-Day mantle to the Montreal crew.


And I walked away with something nice!


What's a mother-of-all GTGs without the mother-of-all table shots?


What a night! What a week!!! An incredible job done by the orgnanising team - you have made everything perfect. Words cannot say what a meaningful and memorable time I had. Thank you. Thank you so much..






"Aiyah Panerai, buay beh liao eh lah." / Singapore
"Agak gila Panerai." / Indonesia
"Owh, Besarnya!!!" / Malaysia
Thanks for the report YH.

Win

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Joined: January 23rd, 2011, 9:34 am

October 1st, 2012, 1:37 pm #10

Back in Singapore and my head is still swimming with the awesome week we've had in London! There were so many highlights... where should I start?

Ahh, London. Good do be back again.


After settling down for a couple of days doing touristy things, it was time to get things kickstarted proper! And what a start it was. An awesome Indian restaurant with incredible food.




Man, if that was the start, I can't wait for what came next!

Meeting up for the coach to Warwick, and meeting more Ristis for the first time!


It was great to get out into the country, and what a glorious sight awaited.


Just chilling and chatting in the sun.




Hmm, rather apt.


On to the evening's proceedings.


This would become a very important piece of equipment.


Ade the poet - who woulda thought???








Now back to that piece of kit. Suck! Suck! Suck!!!


I never thought I would see this - the Godfather getting a piece!


Hanging out at the smokers' corner.




Boy the country night air was nippy!


Next - the OP reception. And meeting even more Ristis!


Speaking with this man on the left was one of the highlights for me!!!


As was meeting this man on the right.


Jassies holding court.


And on to dinner at the Union Club.


Nice to meet this man on the left.


And the first time seeing a Brother's new baby.




Simply beautiful.


Lunch at 32 Great Queen Street - what amazing British food!!!






And on to the event itself! What an awesome venue!!! A perfect choice in my mind (more on this later).

Pre-dinner drinks.










My mates at table Pre-V!












The queen made a guest appearance. "One prefers ammo..." I hear ya!


Now about the venue... WOW!

St Martin-in-the-Fields is one of the most famous non-cathedral churches in London, with a history dating back to the year 1222. The Crypt at St Martin-in-the-Fields features beautiful 18th century architecture brick-vaulted ceilings and historic tombstones beneath your feet. Can you beat that???! I think not.

It is one of those venues that only London can provide. Quintessential, unique and memorable. It is one of those places which I have walked past countless times when I lived in London, and have heard of, but never been into. WOW! What a privilege to be back and on P-DAY!!!






Gush stepping up for charity - well done!!!


Jassies handing over the P-Day mantle to the Montreal crew.


And I walked away with something nice!


What's a mother-of-all GTGs without the mother-of-all table shots?


What a night! What a week!!! An incredible job done by the orgnanising team - you have made everything perfect. Words cannot say what a meaningful and memorable time I had. Thank you. Thank you so much..






"Aiyah Panerai, buay beh liao eh lah." / Singapore
"Agak gila Panerai." / Indonesia
"Owh, Besarnya!!!" / Malaysia
amazing line up of shots and details

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Joined: October 7th, 2009, 4:13 pm

October 1st, 2012, 1:38 pm #11

Back in Singapore and my head is still swimming with the awesome week we've had in London! There were so many highlights... where should I start?

Ahh, London. Good do be back again.


After settling down for a couple of days doing touristy things, it was time to get things kickstarted proper! And what a start it was. An awesome Indian restaurant with incredible food.




Man, if that was the start, I can't wait for what came next!

Meeting up for the coach to Warwick, and meeting more Ristis for the first time!


It was great to get out into the country, and what a glorious sight awaited.


Just chilling and chatting in the sun.




Hmm, rather apt.


On to the evening's proceedings.


This would become a very important piece of equipment.


Ade the poet - who woulda thought???








Now back to that piece of kit. Suck! Suck! Suck!!!


I never thought I would see this - the Godfather getting a piece!


Hanging out at the smokers' corner.




Boy the country night air was nippy!


Next - the OP reception. And meeting even more Ristis!


Speaking with this man on the left was one of the highlights for me!!!


As was meeting this man on the right.


Jassies holding court.


And on to dinner at the Union Club.


Nice to meet this man on the left.


And the first time seeing a Brother's new baby.




Simply beautiful.


Lunch at 32 Great Queen Street - what amazing British food!!!






And on to the event itself! What an awesome venue!!! A perfect choice in my mind (more on this later).

Pre-dinner drinks.










My mates at table Pre-V!












The queen made a guest appearance. "One prefers ammo..." I hear ya!


Now about the venue... WOW!

St Martin-in-the-Fields is one of the most famous non-cathedral churches in London, with a history dating back to the year 1222. The Crypt at St Martin-in-the-Fields features beautiful 18th century architecture brick-vaulted ceilings and historic tombstones beneath your feet. Can you beat that???! I think not.

It is one of those venues that only London can provide. Quintessential, unique and memorable. It is one of those places which I have walked past countless times when I lived in London, and have heard of, but never been into. WOW! What a privilege to be back and on P-DAY!!!






Gush stepping up for charity - well done!!!


Jassies handing over the P-Day mantle to the Montreal crew.


And I walked away with something nice!


What's a mother-of-all GTGs without the mother-of-all table shots?


What a night! What a week!!! An incredible job done by the orgnanising team - you have made everything perfect. Words cannot say what a meaningful and memorable time I had. Thank you. Thank you so much..






"Aiyah Panerai, buay beh liao eh lah." / Singapore
"Agak gila Panerai." / Indonesia
"Owh, Besarnya!!!" / Malaysia
Awesome post bro, thanks. nt
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Joined: October 26th, 2007, 8:14 am

October 1st, 2012, 1:39 pm #12

Back in Singapore and my head is still swimming with the awesome week we've had in London! There were so many highlights... where should I start?

Ahh, London. Good do be back again.


After settling down for a couple of days doing touristy things, it was time to get things kickstarted proper! And what a start it was. An awesome Indian restaurant with incredible food.




Man, if that was the start, I can't wait for what came next!

Meeting up for the coach to Warwick, and meeting more Ristis for the first time!


It was great to get out into the country, and what a glorious sight awaited.


Just chilling and chatting in the sun.




Hmm, rather apt.


On to the evening's proceedings.


This would become a very important piece of equipment.


Ade the poet - who woulda thought???








Now back to that piece of kit. Suck! Suck! Suck!!!


I never thought I would see this - the Godfather getting a piece!


Hanging out at the smokers' corner.




Boy the country night air was nippy!


Next - the OP reception. And meeting even more Ristis!


Speaking with this man on the left was one of the highlights for me!!!


As was meeting this man on the right.


Jassies holding court.


And on to dinner at the Union Club.


Nice to meet this man on the left.


And the first time seeing a Brother's new baby.




Simply beautiful.


Lunch at 32 Great Queen Street - what amazing British food!!!






And on to the event itself! What an awesome venue!!! A perfect choice in my mind (more on this later).

Pre-dinner drinks.










My mates at table Pre-V!












The queen made a guest appearance. "One prefers ammo..." I hear ya!


Now about the venue... WOW!

St Martin-in-the-Fields is one of the most famous non-cathedral churches in London, with a history dating back to the year 1222. The Crypt at St Martin-in-the-Fields features beautiful 18th century architecture brick-vaulted ceilings and historic tombstones beneath your feet. Can you beat that???! I think not.

It is one of those venues that only London can provide. Quintessential, unique and memorable. It is one of those places which I have walked past countless times when I lived in London, and have heard of, but never been into. WOW! What a privilege to be back and on P-DAY!!!






Gush stepping up for charity - well done!!!


Jassies handing over the P-Day mantle to the Montreal crew.


And I walked away with something nice!


What's a mother-of-all GTGs without the mother-of-all table shots?


What a night! What a week!!! An incredible job done by the orgnanising team - you have made everything perfect. Words cannot say what a meaningful and memorable time I had. Thank you. Thank you so much..






"Aiyah Panerai, buay beh liao eh lah." / Singapore
"Agak gila Panerai." / Indonesia
"Owh, Besarnya!!!" / Malaysia
catch up soon!!!

Chris
London
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Joined: June 8th, 2004, 1:04 pm

October 1st, 2012, 1:39 pm #13

Back in Singapore and my head is still swimming with the awesome week we've had in London! There were so many highlights... where should I start?

Ahh, London. Good do be back again.


After settling down for a couple of days doing touristy things, it was time to get things kickstarted proper! And what a start it was. An awesome Indian restaurant with incredible food.




Man, if that was the start, I can't wait for what came next!

Meeting up for the coach to Warwick, and meeting more Ristis for the first time!


It was great to get out into the country, and what a glorious sight awaited.


Just chilling and chatting in the sun.




Hmm, rather apt.


On to the evening's proceedings.


This would become a very important piece of equipment.


Ade the poet - who woulda thought???








Now back to that piece of kit. Suck! Suck! Suck!!!


I never thought I would see this - the Godfather getting a piece!


Hanging out at the smokers' corner.




Boy the country night air was nippy!


Next - the OP reception. And meeting even more Ristis!


Speaking with this man on the left was one of the highlights for me!!!


As was meeting this man on the right.


Jassies holding court.


And on to dinner at the Union Club.


Nice to meet this man on the left.


And the first time seeing a Brother's new baby.




Simply beautiful.


Lunch at 32 Great Queen Street - what amazing British food!!!






And on to the event itself! What an awesome venue!!! A perfect choice in my mind (more on this later).

Pre-dinner drinks.










My mates at table Pre-V!












The queen made a guest appearance. "One prefers ammo..." I hear ya!


Now about the venue... WOW!

St Martin-in-the-Fields is one of the most famous non-cathedral churches in London, with a history dating back to the year 1222. The Crypt at St Martin-in-the-Fields features beautiful 18th century architecture brick-vaulted ceilings and historic tombstones beneath your feet. Can you beat that???! I think not.

It is one of those venues that only London can provide. Quintessential, unique and memorable. It is one of those places which I have walked past countless times when I lived in London, and have heard of, but never been into. WOW! What a privilege to be back and on P-DAY!!!






Gush stepping up for charity - well done!!!


Jassies handing over the P-Day mantle to the Montreal crew.


And I walked away with something nice!


What's a mother-of-all GTGs without the mother-of-all table shots?


What a night! What a week!!! An incredible job done by the orgnanising team - you have made everything perfect. Words cannot say what a meaningful and memorable time I had. Thank you. Thank you so much..






"Aiyah Panerai, buay beh liao eh lah." / Singapore
"Agak gila Panerai." / Indonesia
"Owh, Besarnya!!!" / Malaysia
Thx for sharing!

Cheers
HongT

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Joined: December 27th, 2004, 12:44 pm

October 1st, 2012, 1:46 pm #14

Back in Singapore and my head is still swimming with the awesome week we've had in London! There were so many highlights... where should I start?

Ahh, London. Good do be back again.


After settling down for a couple of days doing touristy things, it was time to get things kickstarted proper! And what a start it was. An awesome Indian restaurant with incredible food.




Man, if that was the start, I can't wait for what came next!

Meeting up for the coach to Warwick, and meeting more Ristis for the first time!


It was great to get out into the country, and what a glorious sight awaited.


Just chilling and chatting in the sun.




Hmm, rather apt.


On to the evening's proceedings.


This would become a very important piece of equipment.


Ade the poet - who woulda thought???








Now back to that piece of kit. Suck! Suck! Suck!!!


I never thought I would see this - the Godfather getting a piece!


Hanging out at the smokers' corner.




Boy the country night air was nippy!


Next - the OP reception. And meeting even more Ristis!


Speaking with this man on the left was one of the highlights for me!!!


As was meeting this man on the right.


Jassies holding court.


And on to dinner at the Union Club.


Nice to meet this man on the left.


And the first time seeing a Brother's new baby.




Simply beautiful.


Lunch at 32 Great Queen Street - what amazing British food!!!






And on to the event itself! What an awesome venue!!! A perfect choice in my mind (more on this later).

Pre-dinner drinks.










My mates at table Pre-V!












The queen made a guest appearance. "One prefers ammo..." I hear ya!


Now about the venue... WOW!

St Martin-in-the-Fields is one of the most famous non-cathedral churches in London, with a history dating back to the year 1222. The Crypt at St Martin-in-the-Fields features beautiful 18th century architecture brick-vaulted ceilings and historic tombstones beneath your feet. Can you beat that???! I think not.

It is one of those venues that only London can provide. Quintessential, unique and memorable. It is one of those places which I have walked past countless times when I lived in London, and have heard of, but never been into. WOW! What a privilege to be back and on P-DAY!!!






Gush stepping up for charity - well done!!!


Jassies handing over the P-Day mantle to the Montreal crew.


And I walked away with something nice!


What's a mother-of-all GTGs without the mother-of-all table shots?


What a night! What a week!!! An incredible job done by the orgnanising team - you have made everything perfect. Words cannot say what a meaningful and memorable time I had. Thank you. Thank you so much..






"Aiyah Panerai, buay beh liao eh lah." / Singapore
"Agak gila Panerai." / Indonesia
"Owh, Besarnya!!!" / Malaysia
... what must have been a stunning few days bro TFS!

Kudos to the organizers again

Cheers!

TC
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Joined: August 20th, 2005, 11:19 am

October 1st, 2012, 1:50 pm #15

Back in Singapore and my head is still swimming with the awesome week we've had in London! There were so many highlights... where should I start?

Ahh, London. Good do be back again.


After settling down for a couple of days doing touristy things, it was time to get things kickstarted proper! And what a start it was. An awesome Indian restaurant with incredible food.




Man, if that was the start, I can't wait for what came next!

Meeting up for the coach to Warwick, and meeting more Ristis for the first time!


It was great to get out into the country, and what a glorious sight awaited.


Just chilling and chatting in the sun.




Hmm, rather apt.


On to the evening's proceedings.


This would become a very important piece of equipment.


Ade the poet - who woulda thought???








Now back to that piece of kit. Suck! Suck! Suck!!!


I never thought I would see this - the Godfather getting a piece!


Hanging out at the smokers' corner.




Boy the country night air was nippy!


Next - the OP reception. And meeting even more Ristis!


Speaking with this man on the left was one of the highlights for me!!!


As was meeting this man on the right.


Jassies holding court.


And on to dinner at the Union Club.


Nice to meet this man on the left.


And the first time seeing a Brother's new baby.




Simply beautiful.


Lunch at 32 Great Queen Street - what amazing British food!!!






And on to the event itself! What an awesome venue!!! A perfect choice in my mind (more on this later).

Pre-dinner drinks.










My mates at table Pre-V!












The queen made a guest appearance. "One prefers ammo..." I hear ya!


Now about the venue... WOW!

St Martin-in-the-Fields is one of the most famous non-cathedral churches in London, with a history dating back to the year 1222. The Crypt at St Martin-in-the-Fields features beautiful 18th century architecture brick-vaulted ceilings and historic tombstones beneath your feet. Can you beat that???! I think not.

It is one of those venues that only London can provide. Quintessential, unique and memorable. It is one of those places which I have walked past countless times when I lived in London, and have heard of, but never been into. WOW! What a privilege to be back and on P-DAY!!!






Gush stepping up for charity - well done!!!


Jassies handing over the P-Day mantle to the Montreal crew.


And I walked away with something nice!


What's a mother-of-all GTGs without the mother-of-all table shots?


What a night! What a week!!! An incredible job done by the orgnanising team - you have made everything perfect. Words cannot say what a meaningful and memorable time I had. Thank you. Thank you so much..






"Aiyah Panerai, buay beh liao eh lah." / Singapore
"Agak gila Panerai." / Indonesia
"Owh, Besarnya!!!" / Malaysia
Nice pictures too.. Yeu Huan..

Thanks...

Cheers,

Ken

~Live Life To The Fullest~
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October 1st, 2012, 1:51 pm #16

... what must have been a stunning few days bro TFS!

Kudos to the organizers again

Cheers!

TC
Thanks for sharing , a really nice report , a really greate GTG , a friendly community
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Joined: July 17th, 2004, 6:23 pm

October 1st, 2012, 2:01 pm #17

Back in Singapore and my head is still swimming with the awesome week we've had in London! There were so many highlights... where should I start?

Ahh, London. Good do be back again.


After settling down for a couple of days doing touristy things, it was time to get things kickstarted proper! And what a start it was. An awesome Indian restaurant with incredible food.




Man, if that was the start, I can't wait for what came next!

Meeting up for the coach to Warwick, and meeting more Ristis for the first time!


It was great to get out into the country, and what a glorious sight awaited.


Just chilling and chatting in the sun.




Hmm, rather apt.


On to the evening's proceedings.


This would become a very important piece of equipment.


Ade the poet - who woulda thought???








Now back to that piece of kit. Suck! Suck! Suck!!!


I never thought I would see this - the Godfather getting a piece!


Hanging out at the smokers' corner.




Boy the country night air was nippy!


Next - the OP reception. And meeting even more Ristis!


Speaking with this man on the left was one of the highlights for me!!!


As was meeting this man on the right.


Jassies holding court.


And on to dinner at the Union Club.


Nice to meet this man on the left.


And the first time seeing a Brother's new baby.




Simply beautiful.


Lunch at 32 Great Queen Street - what amazing British food!!!






And on to the event itself! What an awesome venue!!! A perfect choice in my mind (more on this later).

Pre-dinner drinks.










My mates at table Pre-V!












The queen made a guest appearance. "One prefers ammo..." I hear ya!


Now about the venue... WOW!

St Martin-in-the-Fields is one of the most famous non-cathedral churches in London, with a history dating back to the year 1222. The Crypt at St Martin-in-the-Fields features beautiful 18th century architecture brick-vaulted ceilings and historic tombstones beneath your feet. Can you beat that???! I think not.

It is one of those venues that only London can provide. Quintessential, unique and memorable. It is one of those places which I have walked past countless times when I lived in London, and have heard of, but never been into. WOW! What a privilege to be back and on P-DAY!!!






Gush stepping up for charity - well done!!!


Jassies handing over the P-Day mantle to the Montreal crew.


And I walked away with something nice!


What's a mother-of-all GTGs without the mother-of-all table shots?


What a night! What a week!!! An incredible job done by the orgnanising team - you have made everything perfect. Words cannot say what a meaningful and memorable time I had. Thank you. Thank you so much..






"Aiyah Panerai, buay beh liao eh lah." / Singapore
"Agak gila Panerai." / Indonesia
"Owh, Besarnya!!!" / Malaysia
the Singapore crew! Nice pictures!

Super fun time.

: )

Dan
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Joined: January 25th, 2005, 10:31 pm

October 1st, 2012, 2:03 pm #18

Back in Singapore and my head is still swimming with the awesome week we've had in London! There were so many highlights... where should I start?

Ahh, London. Good do be back again.


After settling down for a couple of days doing touristy things, it was time to get things kickstarted proper! And what a start it was. An awesome Indian restaurant with incredible food.




Man, if that was the start, I can't wait for what came next!

Meeting up for the coach to Warwick, and meeting more Ristis for the first time!


It was great to get out into the country, and what a glorious sight awaited.


Just chilling and chatting in the sun.




Hmm, rather apt.


On to the evening's proceedings.


This would become a very important piece of equipment.


Ade the poet - who woulda thought???








Now back to that piece of kit. Suck! Suck! Suck!!!


I never thought I would see this - the Godfather getting a piece!


Hanging out at the smokers' corner.




Boy the country night air was nippy!


Next - the OP reception. And meeting even more Ristis!


Speaking with this man on the left was one of the highlights for me!!!


As was meeting this man on the right.


Jassies holding court.


And on to dinner at the Union Club.


Nice to meet this man on the left.


And the first time seeing a Brother's new baby.




Simply beautiful.


Lunch at 32 Great Queen Street - what amazing British food!!!






And on to the event itself! What an awesome venue!!! A perfect choice in my mind (more on this later).

Pre-dinner drinks.










My mates at table Pre-V!












The queen made a guest appearance. "One prefers ammo..." I hear ya!


Now about the venue... WOW!

St Martin-in-the-Fields is one of the most famous non-cathedral churches in London, with a history dating back to the year 1222. The Crypt at St Martin-in-the-Fields features beautiful 18th century architecture brick-vaulted ceilings and historic tombstones beneath your feet. Can you beat that???! I think not.

It is one of those venues that only London can provide. Quintessential, unique and memorable. It is one of those places which I have walked past countless times when I lived in London, and have heard of, but never been into. WOW! What a privilege to be back and on P-DAY!!!






Gush stepping up for charity - well done!!!


Jassies handing over the P-Day mantle to the Montreal crew.


And I walked away with something nice!


What's a mother-of-all GTGs without the mother-of-all table shots?


What a night! What a week!!! An incredible job done by the orgnanising team - you have made everything perfect. Words cannot say what a meaningful and memorable time I had. Thank you. Thank you so much..






"Aiyah Panerai, buay beh liao eh lah." / Singapore
"Agak gila Panerai." / Indonesia
"Owh, Besarnya!!!" / Malaysia
Thanks for posting. Great pics and friendships...
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Joined: March 29th, 2011, 6:34 pm

October 1st, 2012, 2:04 pm #19

Back in Singapore and my head is still swimming with the awesome week we've had in London! There were so many highlights... where should I start?

Ahh, London. Good do be back again.


After settling down for a couple of days doing touristy things, it was time to get things kickstarted proper! And what a start it was. An awesome Indian restaurant with incredible food.




Man, if that was the start, I can't wait for what came next!

Meeting up for the coach to Warwick, and meeting more Ristis for the first time!


It was great to get out into the country, and what a glorious sight awaited.


Just chilling and chatting in the sun.




Hmm, rather apt.


On to the evening's proceedings.


This would become a very important piece of equipment.


Ade the poet - who woulda thought???








Now back to that piece of kit. Suck! Suck! Suck!!!


I never thought I would see this - the Godfather getting a piece!


Hanging out at the smokers' corner.




Boy the country night air was nippy!


Next - the OP reception. And meeting even more Ristis!


Speaking with this man on the left was one of the highlights for me!!!


As was meeting this man on the right.


Jassies holding court.


And on to dinner at the Union Club.


Nice to meet this man on the left.


And the first time seeing a Brother's new baby.




Simply beautiful.


Lunch at 32 Great Queen Street - what amazing British food!!!






And on to the event itself! What an awesome venue!!! A perfect choice in my mind (more on this later).

Pre-dinner drinks.










My mates at table Pre-V!












The queen made a guest appearance. "One prefers ammo..." I hear ya!


Now about the venue... WOW!

St Martin-in-the-Fields is one of the most famous non-cathedral churches in London, with a history dating back to the year 1222. The Crypt at St Martin-in-the-Fields features beautiful 18th century architecture brick-vaulted ceilings and historic tombstones beneath your feet. Can you beat that???! I think not.

It is one of those venues that only London can provide. Quintessential, unique and memorable. It is one of those places which I have walked past countless times when I lived in London, and have heard of, but never been into. WOW! What a privilege to be back and on P-DAY!!!






Gush stepping up for charity - well done!!!


Jassies handing over the P-Day mantle to the Montreal crew.


And I walked away with something nice!


What's a mother-of-all GTGs without the mother-of-all table shots?


What a night! What a week!!! An incredible job done by the orgnanising team - you have made everything perfect. Words cannot say what a meaningful and memorable time I had. Thank you. Thank you so much..






"Aiyah Panerai, buay beh liao eh lah." / Singapore
"Agak gila Panerai." / Indonesia
"Owh, Besarnya!!!" / Malaysia
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Joined: December 29th, 2007, 7:02 am

October 1st, 2012, 2:32 pm #20

Back in Singapore and my head is still swimming with the awesome week we've had in London! There were so many highlights... where should I start?

Ahh, London. Good do be back again.


After settling down for a couple of days doing touristy things, it was time to get things kickstarted proper! And what a start it was. An awesome Indian restaurant with incredible food.




Man, if that was the start, I can't wait for what came next!

Meeting up for the coach to Warwick, and meeting more Ristis for the first time!


It was great to get out into the country, and what a glorious sight awaited.


Just chilling and chatting in the sun.




Hmm, rather apt.


On to the evening's proceedings.


This would become a very important piece of equipment.


Ade the poet - who woulda thought???








Now back to that piece of kit. Suck! Suck! Suck!!!


I never thought I would see this - the Godfather getting a piece!


Hanging out at the smokers' corner.




Boy the country night air was nippy!


Next - the OP reception. And meeting even more Ristis!


Speaking with this man on the left was one of the highlights for me!!!


As was meeting this man on the right.


Jassies holding court.


And on to dinner at the Union Club.


Nice to meet this man on the left.


And the first time seeing a Brother's new baby.




Simply beautiful.


Lunch at 32 Great Queen Street - what amazing British food!!!






And on to the event itself! What an awesome venue!!! A perfect choice in my mind (more on this later).

Pre-dinner drinks.










My mates at table Pre-V!












The queen made a guest appearance. "One prefers ammo..." I hear ya!


Now about the venue... WOW!

St Martin-in-the-Fields is one of the most famous non-cathedral churches in London, with a history dating back to the year 1222. The Crypt at St Martin-in-the-Fields features beautiful 18th century architecture brick-vaulted ceilings and historic tombstones beneath your feet. Can you beat that???! I think not.

It is one of those venues that only London can provide. Quintessential, unique and memorable. It is one of those places which I have walked past countless times when I lived in London, and have heard of, but never been into. WOW! What a privilege to be back and on P-DAY!!!






Gush stepping up for charity - well done!!!


Jassies handing over the P-Day mantle to the Montreal crew.


And I walked away with something nice!


What's a mother-of-all GTGs without the mother-of-all table shots?


What a night! What a week!!! An incredible job done by the orgnanising team - you have made everything perfect. Words cannot say what a meaningful and memorable time I had. Thank you. Thank you so much..






"Aiyah Panerai, buay beh liao eh lah." / Singapore
"Agak gila Panerai." / Indonesia
"Owh, Besarnya!!!" / Malaysia
Thanks for sharing your great photos! Safe travels home

Cheers,
Terry Hudson

No. 119

'I've got a few roos loose in the top paddock'

Alexandria, VA


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