Sodder's Libton Manor
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- Continental Breakfast
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... you can queue to check in. Our flight wasnt there but they just changed us on to the next flight, which was delayed to 14.50, not too bad. So through security, the men & women have to go into separate queues to be scanned & frisked & you get your hand luggage scanned & tagged (so they can stamp your tags & check for the stamps before you get to take it on the plane. I assume its strict like this in usa ...
... process. The sun is beating down on us, but the sea breeze keeps things "cool". Shortly after our first flip, we were approached by a beach dog, happily wagging his tail and definitely not shy. In fact, after trying to shoo him away, he decided to lay down and tan right beside me. The dog, who's now chilling, is completely ignoring our attempts to get him to leave. Fine - dog 1 MC 0 - we lay down too and all 3 of us tan together. After "Sparkyjeet" leaves, we noticed there ...
... thing to do if you're going to be close proximity neighbours for the next 12 hours. Eventually we found ourselves in a lonely place. The train was now late and the deranged and dispossesed started moving in. One mad man went through the bins and found discarded curries and began offering them to the packs of stray dogs that were always wandering around. The dogs didnt want the curries after sticking their noses in ...
... something like: "I'm stuck on a shelf!" hahaha (I still laugh when I remember that scene). I felt exactly like that! To kill the time I played Real Racing 3 on my iPad. I managed to kill quite a bit of it with that game actually… Just before falling asleep I set up my alarm clock for 8am as according to the schedule I should be approaching my stop (Thivim station, not the final one of this journey) at about 9:20am. So I thought I would have plenty of time to refresh myself ...
... Lloyd curled up on one of the square pillars and went to sleep whilst I sat watch and guarded our bags. He was meant to wake up and take his turn being awake but like that happened. After nearly two hours of waiting it was then announced that our train was delayed again for another 3 hours. This time we were not impressed! What were we meant to do for this long! After having a moan and grumble with a English couple we met ...