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... in France to take the ferry to Dover England. It was a long day with no real sightseeing just driving but Aaron was doing his job till the end pointing out places of interest and giving us his never ending history lessons on the areas we were passing through. When we first came to London we stayed in Southwark very close to southbank and it was a perfect location but a ...
... we do, a whole month in close proximity to us! That'll dawn on him soon enough; for now he can have his excitement. After going through the international doors and a couple more beers near our gate, we headed off on the 8 hour flight bound for Kuala Lumpur, a short break, then 7 hours to Dubai. Sadly, I didn't really get any meaningful sleep, so it was a long journey. Felt bad reclining the seat given we had the extra leg room! We had ...
Friday 13th June - Bad omen day but we weren't scared. Anyway Kate and I are now getting used to being delayed on every single bit of travel we do so we were not surprised that there was a delay in our flight to Amsterdam. But we apologised to Jake and Kalia as they had not been quite as unlucky as we were. The plane was delayed 30 mins but due to good winds we ended up only 15mins late so it was not to bad. When we landed in Amsterdam someone turned on their ...
... able to view the scenery as we traveled through Belgium and into the pastoral landscape of the Netherlands. Lucas in particular loved seeing all the farm animals and the old windmills dotting the lush green fields. Cruz on the other hand, was lulled to sleep almost immediately!
Today was definitely another memory for the ...
... and decided to take a taxi. We stepped out in the sunshine and took some pics before continuing our journey.
As we entered the city the first thing we noticed was the bikes. Bikes, bikes, everywhere! Tons of bikes parked on racks all around the city, up and down each block, and many, many people riding bikes. The funny thing is, none of the people we saw seemed to be riding for exercise, like you see back home. All the people riding looked ...