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... Rob: 1/2 pound?? :|
Money spent: Too much! (But worth every penny) Plus you can always earn it back right?
Types of accommodation slept in: 10 (Boat, campervan, train, tent, hotel, hostel, sofa bed, plane, airport bench, and hut on stilts)
Awarded 1st place to 3rd place:
1) Air Asia (cheap, easy and no messing around)
2) Bangkok Airways (for the 2 by 2 tiny plane for 40mins where we got a free ...
I wake up to a hot morning at London going sightseeing first we have breakfast hen we get ready and out the door we go first we go to the train station and have a 45 min ride from Hampton court to Waterloo station we hopped of the train then we went to find our open top bus ...
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8.5 month! That's so long.... I had no idea how people travel for that long yet I did it. It's the end of the era which is sad, but it's a beginning of a new one, which is really exciting and I'm confident full of fun and opportunities. I was felt emotional leaving home in Bangsar - it really felt that I do have 2 homes - one in our flat in Bangsar and another is London. And it's not KL as a ...
... away from theatre. Food amazing...so fresh and tasty ...locally sourced , and with recommendations by Mary who had been before...an excellent feed...noodles, fried wontons, house special, curries, mango salad...a great combination. Then on to The Cambridge Theatre for. 7.30pm start for Matilda...a small quaint theatre...stage done all in alphabet tiles and great seats in row N. A great show with catchy songs, and Matilda cute, but lyrics to songs often too quick to hear what was ...