Grenville House Hotel
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... 5) Bathing, feeding, riding and playing with elephants, Thailand
Number of volcanoes scaled: 3
(Ijen, Kelimutu, Wawo Muda. All in Indonesia)
Number of islands stayed on (excluding main Indonesian islands & Borneo): 8
(Munroe Island, Koh Tao, Koh Phagnan, Koh Phi Phi, Langkawi, Penang, Gili Trawangan, Gili Air)
Number of visits to ...
... was initially used at the bow for the ships crew and they were accommodated in the fore cabin but you can imagine how bumpy that was and they found it hard to get to the deck up a steep ladder when all hands were called. They moved their quarter to the upper deck in midship. Their bunks were small as they have to curl up and brace themselves in so they could sleep. I really enjoyed learning about the Cutty Sark and our family history. A good ...
... it's no wonder it is all very busy. Trafalgar Square is about the centre of the city - 15 miles from the edge. A plane lands at Heathrow every 50 seconds, and they are debating as to who will pay for another runway which is needed.
Windsor Castle: The Queen's official residence and favourite weekend home, and it is also used for ceremonial and State occasions. (Buckingham Palace is her office.) The Castle is the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world. Founded by William ...
Well overdue for an update and have been meaning to do so for some weeks now. But somehow never seemed to make the time.
No really good reason although at times have been very busy and the last thing I'd feel like doing at night is getting blog up-to-date. Of course, the longer I have left it the bigger the task!
This blog I was wanting to include photos more regularly and I know that's one reason why I sometimes haven't posted ...
... was a very lively, and packed, market in progress. The market extended down the road and joined up with Camden Market and then Inverness Street Market and there were crowds of people - too many for our liking.
Dinner tonight at The Prince George Pub which is just across the road from where we are staying. It is a popular local pub and we were keen to try it out. Not sure that they will have mushy peas and pie on the menu but bound to have ...