WorldMark Kingstown Reef
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... really.) So, anyway he tucks his dry socks into his pack and we step out. Okay! Someone is dumping BUCKETS of rain on us... Those folks without rain gear look as though they've been swimming with all of their clothes on. Wow!
We hurry to the Hogsmeade train station to catch the Hogwart's Express. Part of that line is covered and people are stripping off ponchos. One mother is wringing out her sons' shirt. Claps of thunder and the darkening ...
... for tools we needed now as the bike was on a pallet with a very week wooden frame and covered in cardboard. In no time atall we were on our way.
Think a new set of tyres would be good
It's lovely and warm to today although very windy. Very glad I brought my summer bike gear with throw over water proofs. The locals don't seem to appreciate the English style of motorcycle riding, think I need to find out if filtering is ...
... items are a little on the dark side so be prepared to do some explaining to the kids.
· Wonderworks. We did not visit this attraction but from what we have learnt through others it is a great place to visit, full of interactive activities and also has lasertag. I am sure this can kill some time and burn some energy.
Parks which have water activities and you will get wet!
· Legoland – Especially the ...
Then on to the Seas with Nemo and Friends. Again, Disney out does itself. After the ride, we went into what was similar to the Ripley's Aquarium. Nathan LOVED the dolphins! Seeing his excitement was so great.
Another Character stop to meet Mickey, Goofy and Minnie!! Then for a walk around the world. It was the Food and Wine Festival, so the smells were incredible. It was great to "visit" each country. And one of ...
... I left a piece of my heart in that tiny studio apartment. I knew I forgot something in Europe.
Then I cry even harder thinking about how fortunate I am to be where I am right now. I don't have a stellar internship or job. I don't have much to live off of with these paychecks either.
But what do I have?
I have memories of a grand time. Laughs over wine dinners, awkwardly ...