Parklane Motor Lodge
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- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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While we are in China I hope all theory's take this opportunity to try new foods. It's important to be comfortable with what you eat but at some stage you also need to be adventurous and willing to go outside your comfort zone. So much is learnt of a people through what they eat and it's my intention to show the boys local foods while we are in China. BTW The wine in the photo is mine not the ...
We left home at 5pm for our 5.15 check-in. We then hit our first minor snag. We could not get our bags booked through to Rome because today was the 11th and the flight to Rome leaves Singapore at 1am on the 13th. Air NZ did not like the 2 day gap despite us only being on the ground in Singapore for 18 hours. Never mind. We will rebook our bags to Rome as soon as we get to Singapore if we can or else we will ...
... there Dad went to drop off our car. Me, Mum, Sophie and Ella checked in our bags and put them on the luggage belt. When Dad arrived back we went through security really easily. We then waited for about 5 minutes until we could board. After 5 minutes we walked down the tunnel and onto the plane. We were flying with Air New Zealand. We then flew all the way to Auckland. That means it's the end of my ...
... drechit, drizzily Glasgow came into view. As the captain on the plane described it, Scottish Sunshine was putting on its very best for Mattijs’s first visit to Haggis land! Having him with me on my journey home was actually rather nice, it was lovely to have someone’s shoulder to sleep on who wasn’t going to grunt in disdain.
And then, we were disembarking and wandering through to passport control. I couldn’t quite believe that after two and a half ...
... loads of Koreans does not sound like a winner but it seemed to work. True the host did shear a sheep, get some adults to hand milk a cow, have some children feed some lambs, show a dog herding ducks and get some other dogs to jump over the sheep as a finale. There were a few other things going on outside as well: a brief demonstration of a dog herding sheep into a pen, trailer tours of ? grass? There were of course ample opportunities to buy many sheep related products ...