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... attendant went in and got him. Whilst we all found it very amusing, Marni was starting to get a little bit frustrated as it was here turn to go on the carousel!!!
We finished off with a trip to Hamley's (I suspect it won't be our last) and dinner at the The Rainforest Cafe on Regent Street. Beautiful Christmas lights, lovely decorated shop fronts a really fab day!
Then we took a black cab back to our apartment!
... and that enough led the doorman to have security run up to her room. Oddly enough, the Irish man did not get into too much trouble!
2. There was a group of Germans backpacking through Europe and they didn't have a place to stay, but brought a tent that they wanted to pitch. They found a garden that they decided to pitch their tent in, so they hopped the fence and pitched the tent. They had a campfire and everything. The next morning when they woke up, they couldn't ...
... br> we got stuck in San Juan a week drinking too much.
Ometepi - an
Island in the middle of the massive lake Nicaragua with two huge
volcanoes on it. Quad biking round the Island was great, getting to the
Island in an overloaded ancient wooden boat, creaking with the load and
water sloshing in wasn't so great.
Granada - beautiful colonial
Spanish city, day trip to an active volcano rim , Masaya, with smoke
billowing out of it. ...
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... us, I suddenly had deja vu of saying goodbye to her in Kathmandu. To still find warmth from the reactions of strangers after working in an airport arrival lounge for years, he must have found his niche in life. I spent the day catching up with my mum, eating toast and drinking tea in her sunny, particularly English garden. It was as surreal as a Salvador Dali painting.
I had planned on being a surprise bridesmaid ...