...but then you go into the bathroom...


...and see the mildew!


Yes, mildew! There were also some cockroaches, but they were too fast for me.


And I also found one cockroach there, by the lamp. By the way, if you want to rent a room there, it's only 180 pounds! Thieves!!!


One more gripe - you should have an electric kettle (pot) in the room for making a coffee or tea; well, mine was rusty and dirty, and it took 3 phone calls and an hour to get another one!


The train that goes to Heathrow Terminal 4, from which the intercontinental flights take off...


Ah, signs...


The rush hour at Heathrow Terminal 4


The famous radar at Heathrow....


Future Heathrow Terminal 5


Junction near Heathrow


Artificial lake near Heathrow


Lakes/swamps near Heathrow


ok, back to my favorite subject: skies and clouds


more skies and clouds


even more skies and clouds


some city...


some city...


more skies and clouds...


more skies and clouds...


more skies and clouds...


more skies and clouds...


clouds and England down below


more skies and clouds...


clouds and England down below


clouds and England down below


status screen in the plane: we still have 8365km to go, and that's more than 1/5th of the Earth's circumference - and we're doing it in 10 hours! amazing, you must admit...


fluffy clouds


not-so-fluffy Greenland


Greenland again. it was amazing to think that we're going over it, it always seemed so untouchable, and it probably still is; you can only see it from the plane...


frost on the plane's window - it's only -65 degrees Celsius outside


somewhere between Greenland and Alaska - and that orange glow is the sun reflecting in the Atlantic Ocean


like I said, the orange glow is the sun reflecting in the Atlantic Ocean, and it looks magnificent


clouds...


clouds...


more sun in the Atlantic Ocean


more sun in the Atlantic Ocean


clouds with window frost


clouds with window frost


whirly cloouds


whirly clouds


ah, Alaska...


Alaska


Alaska


Alaska


Alaska


this is somewhere between Canadian and US border - just look at those intricate details! this is the beauty of fractals live...


this is somewhere between Canadian and US border


Missouri river - looks so small from the plane, you can see it's small at the beginning and then it quickly becomes bigger and bigger


Missouri

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