Al-Samit Guest House
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... debriefing procedure which takes you through all the mechanics and pumps and electricity mechanisms of the boat. After that there is a bit of instruction on opening the locks and then you are off with one of the staff till they can assess how well you can handle the boat. In our case Jeff and Harry took to it like ducks to water and we managed to drop Christine, our instructor, off after a very short time. We only motored for ...
So the kids ended up waking up around midnight & then 1am. Mr had proceeded to get his markers out & write on the duvet cover & spill water from his water cup in his bed while we were asleep. They then came into our room wanting to get up to eat. Jon gave mr some toast to hold him over. Jon & I then decided to give the kids half a dose of melatonin to help things along. Missy swallowed hers like a big girl. Mr refused to take the pill with much ...
... a kooky little street market full of genuine 100% clothing of irrefutable history and lineage, and really cheap.....who would have thought! We find Alfie's and make our way through the four stories of market traders......things aren't cheap, so we resist buying but did meet a couple of the local traders. We stop for coffee and cake upstairs in the market cafe before our senses are assaulted in the street market below. Clothing, fresh food, sizzling ...
Exiting Heathrow Airport Abbey and I were undoubtedly aware we have truly landed in England. A fresh 6 degrees with strong winds, rain at 6:30am was certainly enough to shake off the past 24 hours jet lag while we got organised with our hire car and hotel until we pick Vince & Alexis up from Heathrow 5:30pm.
We are flying Singapore Airlines and it was a smooth flight, luckily it wasn't booked out so Abbey was able to lie across the seats ...
... blushed cheeks and nose. He even had eye make up which just looked weird. Clint and the kids thought it was hysterical and wanted to go for it. I objected because I didn't want freaky Santa for Lily 's first Christmas photo. Thankfully there was a queue (why??) so we moved on.
After spending a couple of hours walking around the stalls we left the park and walked up to the Marble Arch and then onto Oxford Street. We stopped at a stall outside ...
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