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At last the day for departure arrived with a blanket of snow to greet us and confirm that it,s a good plan to be heading for the sun. We were ready to leave early. Sue came with Robin and took us to Welwyn North where we met Lynne and chatted all the way to Leicester Square. we carried on to Heathrow and started with a G &T and a chat with a nice man from Melbourne. Overshadowing all are my thoughts about ...
Number of bottles of beer (probably a reason for last stat): approx 550
Number of bowls of noodles: approx 180
Number of sick days: NONE
(On request) Number of temper tantrums: None
Number of times lost: NONE
So, there we go with the stats. All in all a great trip and has given us plenty of ideas for other trips we may do so watch this space. Thanks for all your support and reading the blogs throughout, we hope you have enjoyed it.
... be off to the office at that hour (or perhaps that is just me :)!). Rooms are drab and in need of a refurb/update. Wouldn't recommend for visitors only for business or golf.
A 'does what it says on the tin' offering. Staying here is like staying in any other Travelodge, accept this one is in Cambridge, just off the A14 :). Although the restaurant is poor, it's a ...
But I say Adios to my 10 bed hostel dorms, shared bathrooms, Spanish speaking (which included a lot of pointing/actions/smiling and shrugging my shoulders/French/general Spanglish), throwing toilet paper in the bin, beautiful sights and scenery. And hola to the UK and my brilliant friends and family that I can't wait to catch up with.
It is good to be home once more…until next ...
... home at fraternity dance parties, except guys back home are much more inconspicuous when it comes to checking out girls on the dance floor. Men both here and in Valparaiso will just try to sneak-attack you into dancing with them, they rarely ask. However, many guys here will at least attempt to introduce themselves to you after a bit of dancing and exchange pleasantries. One of the nice differences with men here is that they also do not mind dancing with you in ...