Dell Guest House
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... s and they had the same stove this hostel had and in better condition. Anyway, my biggest pet peeve with the place was when I came back from the Castle. No one was there at 12:15pm. I went to get lunch knowing I had a train at 1:03 or 1:33 I could take. Got back around 1pm. Still no one there. Finally I called and they guy I spoke to was surprised the landlady wasn’t there and gave me a code to get in. So, not the greatest security for the building cuz anyone could just call ...
... underway we headed out to Portsmouth and the memorial to the departure of the first fleet of convicts leaving for Australia in 1787. I had two convict ancestors on that voyage, Small and Parker, and it turns out the Julie also had an ancestor, William Nash, as a marine. No doubt he was giving mine a hard time thoughout the voyage. Not much has changed in the last 228 years. (Coincidentally Portsmouth is also where I flew solo for the first ...
... through the narrow, rocky passage into the fjord too risky for our vessel and he therefore took the decision to abort. Disappointed but nonetheless grateful for the wise safety considerations of all on board, we then spent the day relaxing, chatting and eating (of course) as we sailed towards an earlier than expected arrival in Reykjavik, Iceland's capital city on the south west coast of the island.
Iceland - Reykjavik
... jams are 'par for the course’.
4. Just about everyone has a pet dog (usually 3) and they are all very well behaved. Dogs are allowed in camping grounds, on buses, and probably a lot of other places too.
5. They do the underground really well.
6. Country lanes are VERY narrow with thick hedgerows on either side, but drivers are very patient in backing ...
... classical music, various interpretations of 'black tie' and mead. As darkness fell the party kicked in and a great night was had by all. Lots of mingling and socialising - great bunch of people so this rally should be fun! I also pitched a tent on a slope in semi darkness wearing 7inch heels. If I can manage that, rest of the trip will be a doddle. This morning, we emptied the car and put down our tent, then repacked the entire car. We had too much ...
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