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... in the morning I went down to the hotel’s restaurant to grab a quick breakfast then to my room to make sure everything is packed. Once everything was packed and I was ready to go it was about 11 am so I decided to go for one last look at the local shops. I picked up some souvenirs for my friends and family then went to the airport.
At the airport everything went smoothly and before I knew it I was on the plane to Dubai ...
... very quick when asked to get a drink or something to eat.
once i had arrived at Thailand i departed the plane and started to head out of the airport, there is lots of security checks suck as checking bags on scan walking through metal detectors and sometimes drug tests. once i got out of the airport i waited out front for a taxi and once i got a taxi i went to where i organised accommodation and booked into my ...
... former mangroves.
Now where I'm staying is actually north of Brisbane. A quaint little community called Sandgate wedged between the Gold Coast and the Sunshine Coast. At low tide you can walk out about across the mudflats. Flanked by rock, rugged cliffs this area almost became the city of Brisbane but fortunately the governor landed at low tide and realized this area was insufficient for a harbour. As a suburb of Brisbane you have access to ...
We are off on our great adventure to London in the United Kingdom. It was an 8 am start and I was hungry for it to begin I gathered my luggage and my passport and made sure I had all my maps and money in my back pack. I drove up the M1 and put my car into the airport car park.
I needed my passport of course as London is in the United kingdom and I was glad that I had applied for it over 3 months ago and it can take up to 6 weeks to get there.As I am only going for ...
... 8217;t recognise him. Once Mary arrived and we realised who each other were we shook hands in greeting and I introduced myself to him and Mary. They were a lovely pair and within minutes we already felt very welcomed by them.
We drove back to the house to have some dinner and meet the rest of the family. They had an absolutely lovely house with a wonderful garden that had a tennis court and a swimming pool. We’d noticed an awful lot of Australians have exceedingly ...