Clumber Park Hotel and Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... weigh them excessive amounts of time 'just to be sure') 'you really don't need this many pairs of shoes!'.
This will be the last post I make whilst in the comfort of my own home. Next stop Birmingham!
Will update soon,
... so much singing and atmosphere. the club song for Nottingham forest appeared to be "mull of kintyre" it was played over the loud speakers as the players were running on and then the 23,000 strong crowd sang the chorus at the start of the game with no backing music - it was quite amazing to hear. The chants or songs the crowd sing during the game are incredible - a different one every 10 minutes or so and a couple of special ones ...
... shall be up to! Apologies if the posts are rather irregular as I have no idea when I shall be able to get internet haha. So you may get two weeks of posts at once! Hopefully this blog will be an accurate representation of life in Arusha, good and bad! Many of you (assuming people are reading this!) have asked me if I am nervous and the reply to this is no I am not nervous about what I may encounter (except maybe ...
... co.uk best by an absolute country mile - cheapest too)! - relevant visas (4 sorted, 3 on arrival) - flights (3 booked, rest TBC) - accommodation (some) - travel monies And this is not including making arrangements with more mundane yet essential things like: - phone contracts - banks/student loans - selling cars (ongoing) - the pre-trip clear out (the local charity shop could have ...
... ATM machines were out of order, it wasn’t till about 9.00 that they were working. Thankfully Yan didn’t mind, I like to pay my round but sometimes you don’t have any choice but to let someone else keep paying. After catching the tube back to Shepherds Bush we decided it was time for supper, stopping at a kebab shop ( no not the Dinner type) we went into an authentic middle Eastern restaurant where you could choose from a basic Shish kebab to a whole ...