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For some reason it was a rather slow start this morning - I think we were all feeling a little jaded! After a breakfast of scrambled eggs and smoked salmon, it was time to head to the southwest of London, to Cobham. This is where the Chelsea Football Club have their training grounds, and we were going to see my cousin Chris's son William play (he is in Chelsea's Under 14's team). It was a lovely warm day, and Chris and Maggie had brought ...
imaginary immigration tax gave up quickly - we stayed in San Ignacio
near the western border. After the semuc Champay caves we were keen for
more and we'd heard the ATM (Actun Tunichil Muknal) caves were well worth it. Less
physically demanding than semuc, the watery caverns involve swimming,
climbing and squeezing through tiny gaps. The caves were well used by
Mayans for sacrificing victims and are full of pottery and skeletons.
... trains. I know I love them, and they always seem to be the most convenient way to travel - especially when you manage to get a bed, but I also know that they're not for everyone! We left Beijing at about 9pm on Thursday night, had a couple of beers on the train before going to sleep and then arrived into Xi'an at 8am the next morning. Accommodation and travel across half of China overnight, not breaking into our day in either location, came ...
... was so crowded that Terra wasn't able to get on the train with us because the doors closed before she could step in. Through the closed door I told her to get off of the next train at Notting Hill Gate, our stop. I'll never forget the look on her face - like she was going to cry and like she was going to kill us. We waited at Notting Hill Gate for the next train - no Terra. Next train - no Terra. We waited for 6-7 trains then ...
... souvenirs. We ventured a little further and before we realised it came across Trafalgar Square, streaming with people attending "Turkish Day in London". We didn't stay long (didn't understand a word they were saying) and ventured on, eventually circling back to Covent Garden. We checked our map and realised we were in walking distance to the British Museum, so headed that way. The museum is free to the ...