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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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In Laos for example, the curfew
for bars is somewhere around 11-11.30pm. But that can always be body-swerved
through a close relationship with or a little bribe to the local police or
mafia (not necessarily a difference there).
4. That lying down all day in a
market stall counts as work.
For many Asians, their only source
of income is through the products they sell at their market stalls. Competition
can be rife, particularly in ...
Got off the ship at about 9.30 and everything went smoothly. Taxi to airport. Luggage was about 2kg over but we got away with it. Flight left on time and landed early. Paul was working till 4pm but met us off the airport bus at Ferry Toll (Inverkeithing). ...
Edinburgh passport control is almost (but not quite) as bad as Sydney, especially if you are one of the foreign passports all mixed up at the back of the queue. However, in the end we were all done, found our bags, and picked up our TINY little car - it pretty much went up onto its back wheels when we loaded our great big bags. I had bought a couple of maps in the airport but even so we decided we'd take a GPS and it was just as well as we got a bit lost getting out ...
... network and is the place where the Forth and Clyde canal meets the union canal. It's an awe inspiring structure which rise 35 m into the air and we got to go in a boat which sailed into it and were elevated 35m to then sail into the upper canal. It replaced 8 locks which used to take up to a day to navigate. Now because of the wheel it takes 15 mins. For those interested in amazing engineering structures, a search in google is a must! It ...
... Stewart met us at Dalnamein Lodge for coffee, one of two meeting places today which are restricted because of the few access points along the road. We headed on, the valley widened and the scenery started to change to reveal the heather covered mountains of Carn nan Seabhag and Meall a Chathaidh. Dalnacardoch Lodge was our lunch stop and as we sat down with the Roadie a group of 5 cyclists pulled up behind us. They were cycling Land’s End to John ...