Sandton Chateau De Raay
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... out all over his blanket. Kaylin and I laughed and decided to turn his headphones up to full volume to scare him into consciousness. “Ahh! Ahh! What the hell?!” screamed Jordan. “Wake up! We’re here, dude!” I exclaimed with anticipation to get off the plane and get on the bus. “I’m up, I’m up”, said Jordan as he yawned. We gathered our luggage and put our blankets and pillows away as we departed off of the plane ...
... I had four of these) eggs were scrambled but you could ask the chef to cook you an omelet or fried eggs, I had fruit juice, coffee and a blueberry muffin to finish with, and all in all yummy and filling, a good start to the day.
I was ready for my adventure into Dusseldorf city and asked at reception about buying a Dusseldorf travel card, this gave me unlimited travel on any public transport for three days and cost me 19€, well worth the money as ...
This was my first trip abroad for many years also the first time I have ever visited Germany.
After working 6 nights per week for nearly 5 months I decided to treat myself with the extra pay to a passport as my old one had expired 8 years ago, I then bravely made a booking to visit Dusseldorf, this was my first time out of the UK alone and not being a seasoned traveler the searching and booking flights was unfamiliar to ...
So how can I get to Kos from Rome without paying a fortune, lets face it, I did have a pocket of cash just laying around, I lost most of on a stupid glorified ***** a mere 2 nights earlier.
So I took a look at the standby option, for a fraction of the price, I could get to the Kos if I flew Air Berlin to Dusseldorf first, then connect onto a flight that flew from Dusseldorf to Kos.
On paper, it seemed quite ...
Today is most definitely a work day. Spent all morning trying to find a decent schedule. Spent all lunch and a few hours after complaining about Emerson administration and registration. Just finished my portion of an FDR project due Tuesday in 1914, I'm going on an excursion to a Dutch high school tomorrow morning (for which I have to make a presentation about US presidential elections), my "elevator pitch" about a ...