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The honeymoon (part 1)
It wouldn't have been a 'real' holiday for Nick & I had we been in the same place for two weeks. I think in the time we've been together we've only had one holiday where we've stayed in the same place. Our honeymoon consisted of: two cities, two towns, two villages, four train journeys, three plane journeys, one …
... outside. In between the 2 fences was a clump of hedges shaped liked music notes which ensured that the riders chose either the long or short route to jump the fences.
Fence 4: The Royal Herb Garden. The biggest and widest fence on the course coming off a turn.
Fence 5a b & c: The Chestnut Logs: Solid Chestnut Tree Logs with alternatives. Built on a slope with drop landings. The direct route is the first real test on the course. ...
... bride prone on one of the green velvet-covered benches. She was instructed to archly bend her left knee. When her foot pointed to the ceiling, her gown spilled down to the green bench, revealing just enough leg to be slightly saucy but still tasteful. I suppose that was the idea anyway.
When the gallery closed we had to pass through the wedding party scrum, which had formed in the courtyard. There were men in morning suits and fancy ...
I traveled over three days to get back home to chilly chilly UK January from Cartagena, Colombia.This was mainly to do with turning back over the Atlantic, 5 hours into the flight, to return to Panama City due to air-traffic problems in New York.
An extra day in Panama, an extra day in the sun. It got me thinking about finishing off with a new, improved and updated Stats and Facts section. Now covering the whole year traveling and bits ...
... other thing). The realisation throughout, that, despite all of the setbacks and the hurdles, most of which self inflicted to be fair, life’s good – even though it’s about 3 degrees outside, the showers are rubbish, the tube’s a chore, annoying English people, it’s dark (like, dark!) at 4:30pm and it’s 3 degrees outside (wind chill about minus plenty). Why’s it good....? Lot’s of reasons, but ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCamden Arms Hotel Pembury
We stayed in the Camden Arms Hotel in August 2011 and had an amazing time. The room was beautiful with exquisite furniture. The food was delicious and served by ever friendly staff. The garden was really nice & relaxing.
I would definitely recommend this to anyone!
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.