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Well, it has been 55 days since I posted last – that is a record for me! As of my last post, my family and I moved to London. Since then, we have lived in Knightsbridge for a few weeks, gone on holiday to Austria, moved to Chelsea, unpacked our goods, furnished rooms, hooked up […]