Grange St. Paul's Hotel
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... we had to be up early to pack and fly to Greece tomorrow. So we say our sad goodbyes and head off in different directions. We tell Claire to download the subway app on her iPhone as it will help them get around town easier. We make sure they know where they're going in order to get home before we leave them, and off they go.
We walk back and pretty much clean our teeth, wash our faces, and quietly jump into bed so that we don't wake Tim up.
Asia stats attack...
After the huge popularity(!) of our South American Stats Attack entry we thought it'd be fun to collect some of our travel stats from our adventures through Asia too.
Here they are:
Number of countries visited: 8
(In order: Qatar, India, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore)
Number of capital cities visited: 6
(Doha, Delhi, Vientiane, Bangkok, Jakarta, Singapore)
... to England. The fascination for me was that in our family, my mothers Grandfather, was Bosan Smith. He was a boson, or third mate, on the clipper Cutty Sark that came out to Australia to collect wool to import back to England. The Cutty Sark was a special clipper ship as it has a slender and sharper shaped hull with magnificent sets of sails which allowed the ship to travel fast and make the freight of goods occur much quicker than ...
... of what is next. I'm having too much fun enjoying the now to worry about that. Life has seemed to always to work itself out without much interference from me. I have faith that'll continue. When it's time for next part of my life I'll be ready to tackle that challenge.
Q: What is your favorite city and or country so far?
-People interested in my travels
My favorite city so far has been Copenhagen. Even though it is a bit expensive, the people I ...
... engineering of the maze of underground stations and tunnels. Saying that escalators are much better than heaps of stairs like some of the stations.
First stop for us on Saturday was a visit to Covent Gardens. I had previously visited but Peter hadn't. There were many street performers with crowds of varying sizes, all the food venues were crowded and heaps of people wandering the various stalls within the market. The sun was shining and a high of ...