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Early morning airport arrival in Jeddah. One last good bye to Mr. Shogie and a trolly of three heavy bags. I've pulled up my anchor. My ship is about ton sail. It's a sad time. I may never perhaps see this place again. Never see Mr. Shogie again. This early morning I am travelling with two friends to the UK. I am excited yet saddened. It's a mixed bag.
Once on the plane I covered my eyes with my eye patch and plugged my ears with ear plugs and dozed ...
... pie, demonstrating my commitment to my cultural immersion, and Eddy had a burger, which in the typical British way was literally its description, meat on bread. As an Australian, I still can’t get my head around the fact that salad is not a given on burgers here.
A really friendly Welsh guy sat next to us and chatted to us for a lot of the match. The atmosphere in the stadium was sensational. Scots and Welshmen alike were going off. It was fantastic! The game ...
... met deze volledige Schotse brug.Daarna ging het in rechte lijn naar Edinburgh (buiten een kleine stop in Doune voor het kasteel daar, werd gebruikt in Monty Python and the Holy Grail), waar ik op voorhand een hotel had geboekt via booking.com, al goed want daar iets zoeken is niet gemakkelijk, in het centrum is het verschrikkelijk duur, dit hotel ligt in de studentenbuurt en hier mag je gratis parkeren en het is amper 20 minuten wandelen van het centrum.Nadat ik ingecheckt heb ga ...
... when I was here 6 years ago) to meet Frank in the outskirts of the city. When we got back to Lanark Marilyn was already home and we had a quiet night in (Frank did the cooking this night) discussing Australia, Sweden and mushroom dyes. (from Marilyn’s symposium).
Tuesday 14 Sept.
We drove to Falkirk Wheel at Falkirk today. Here we met up with my 5th host family from 2004, John ...
... another day of travelling and it was. I packed up and headed out at 9:30am and drove down the A74(M) to the M6 through the Lake District. This part of the journey was superb, not much traffic and quite relaxing. On travelling into the outskirts of Manchester the signs began warning of congestion (2hrs of congestion to be precise), The plan was to make it to Coventry for lunch at 2, this was easily do-able according to the sat nav. However the afore mentioned 2hr delay meant that ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking