Aval du Creux Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of birds that are fed there every day and laughing at the tourists kissing the birds.. so gross. Couple post cards were bought and then onto the coach tot he ropes course.! I didn't really want to but hashtag no regrets!! High ropes it is; mostly planks, jumps and tight ropes 40 feet in the air but I DID IT!! and quite well actually!! They loved the Canadian choice words that came out of my mouth and we finished it off with a zip line! After the course, we got to visit ...
... about 5 seconds, then discovered we were on oxford street. Hello primark. I am now the proud owner of several Minnie Mouse socks, with full intentions of returning there the second this tour is over! Now I must get my gear sorted for an early early start tomorrow, and start practicing being sociable (gulp). I have no idea of the wifi availability as we travel through europe, so updates may be here and ...
... particularly when it comes to changing flats. To reduce the costs, all rooms are taken by either couples or shared singles. One of our flat rooms is occupied by a single girl, highly unusual we were told, but her parents in Australia sound as if they are taking the bill. My great find today was three book shelves in the flat all full up of different books. The girls explained that everyone lives here for a year or two, then leaves their ...
... same time. Then onto maya bay lucky as weather ok we could drive right into beach and not climb the ropes. The bay was nice but hard to get pics as the sun low. Then off again to monkey beach to wait until it's dark and see some I luminous plankton which was cool but not a lot of plankton. View point - after a hungover day before we leave we decided we had to go to the view point. Sweating out horrible ...
... joined some English gents, who gather once a week, so they welcomed us to their table, as it was busy. Hoped on a double decker bus, and just enjoyed the scenery, went through a few different areas, like the upscale streets that Christopher Wren had been commissioned to do after the great fire and many others , just so much great architecture. Brits are very friendly, if they see you looking at a map or just looking bewildered, they will stop and ask to help, and with ...