Kensington West Hotel
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... time we’ve spent in hotel rooms planning and booking things when we’d much rather be out exploring. But there’s not much you can do about that unless you employ a travel agent or exclusively travel on group tours. What have we learnt? Lots of things really: to be more open and flexible with travel arrangements; that group tours are actually pretty good (though relatively expensive); that planning stuff takes more time than you think; that Australia is a ...
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them. We got dropped off at the bus deport at Victoria. I walked back to the hotel, dropped off my stuff, then left the hotel and went for a walk around the area. I was also in search of dinner, i did find a pub, ate dinner and then went to an ATM, got money and walked back to the hotel. Once here i updated, set up my box to post back and began to fill it. After i had done as much as i could i did some internet stuff, read and went to bed.
... Lew as the group escape goat. We also met an old English guy as we went through security in Lisbon. I typically got lumbered with him as the others walked away and he was quick to mention that he was heading to Natal (our second Brazilian destination) to work "for the media". His shabby equipment and vague answers about this 'freelancing' suggested to us all that he was there to plug in some cables for ITV's cameras.
While our wait in Lisbon was tolerable, ...
... our luggage and went out exploring. We found a great market around the corner. We wandered toward the center of town and was seduced by a "leafleteer" who was hawking a free two-hour walking tour around central Oxford, led by a "student." We decided to do it and after killing a few minutes in the souvenir shops, joined Tom and 40 other people. Tom was once a student but probably not now, was most theatrical with his many jokes and stories, and tidbits of history and other ...
... and enjoyed watching the kids playing in the shallow pool area. Don lay down and had a snooze for 45mins, which helped boost his energy levels a bit. After this we walked on to the Natural History museum as once again Don had read they had true to life size dinosaurs on display. Once we walked in the door (to yet another incredible building) a diplodocus was staring straight back at us - huge! We could easily have stayed longer here too, but with ...