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... a full toilet complete with seat and actual toilet paper, to a hole in the ground requiring you to fend for yourselves, or anything in between. This very nice mall has toilets without seats and no toilet paper. I didn’t bring in my backpack, so I find myself without toilet paper, something I have been diligent not to be while in Kenya. I go over grab a few sheets of paper towel and complete my business.
We then walk over ...
... most people know it, grew around this small city that was originally settled by the Romans thousands of years ago. Our tour guide compared this small city of 1 sq. mile to that of Wall Street (which "runs" America). In this square mile all of the major financial and trading industries are housed and all of the world's money passes through here from New York City to Tokyo and back. During the tour we got to learn about the foundation of this city, and actually see how it was "built ...
... by Hannah over the 10 months
25 hours on 12 different ferries
We've been fortunate enough to enjoy some absolutely incredible food, so here's a quick reminder of some of our favourites (and an explanation of our weight gain):
Asado in Argentina - every single one was AMAZING.
Voodoo donuts in Portland - we still fantasise about the Maple Bacon Donut.
Butter Chicken and cheese naan from Kapitan in Penang, Malaysia. ...
... Glad you've arrived ok and are settling into relax-mode+alcohol. Brill blog-keep them coming! xx
Vernon big broth on Feb, 11 2014 at 10:59AM
Great to hear your news have a fab time and enjoy, don't think you will have a country to come back to as we are sinking into the sea. Best we all come out and join up with you, why should you have all the fun. Love you lots xx
jandjsgrandtour on Feb, 11 2014 at 1:38PM
Great to see all the comments. ...
... to the main gates, where thousands of people had already gathered to watch the proceedings.
The Changing of the Guard is very ceremonial and full of pomp, but the moment the marching band began to play the theme from the TV show "The A-Team" within the first half of the 45-minute ceremony, I just burst out laughing (near the end, they also played Louis Prima's barnburner, "Sing Sing Sing." They're a marching band. This amazes me...) ...