Cantley House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Tennis Court
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On returning to the UK, real life hit us hard in the face and kept us pretty busy. So one year and some days later, we are now actually writing up the final few days, whoops! It's surprising how sketchy your memories get.
There are certain things that are still so vivid to us from our travels, some are spectacular views (from the majestic and spiritual Temples of Angkor to the soaring peaks and rugged wilderness of Fiordland) and ...
My name is Jo. I'm 21 years old and have grown up in a village called Twyford, just outside of Reading, just outside of London, UK. I did well at school, but quit a year into college because of an amazing job I was offered. Fast forward 4 years - during which I worked my way up to management level in an incredibly pressurised, corporate world - I quit said job. 3 weeks ago I decided I was going travelling (again) and up and left with just 3 days notice. Yes, really. ...
... a little tiki tour around the area, first on the list of sights being the home of English rugby, Twickenham stadium. We spend the next few days recuperating at the Belworthy's, catching up on sleep and washing etc. Simeon takes Sean out to one of his football matches on the Sunday where Sean gets his first taste of playing in the UK. The loss of fitness over the last 6 weeks is phenomenal and even though it was only the last 10 minutes, it was enough. It ...
Last Day in London. Great Weather made site seeing so much. A continuous great taste of history with loads of pics and laughs with Michaela. One night visited Dungeon ...
... lovely walk along the river, lots of buildings and boats and people, another lovely day. We walked along Strand street, the border of Westminster with London, and a statue of the queen in centre, and apparantally way back, she had to get permission from the Mayor of London to pass into London. Also Twinnings tea is still in the same building as they were on Strand street 300 years ago. St. Paul's cathedral also had a pipe organ, and a young gentleman was ...