Hardwicke Hall Manor Hotel
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Change of plan and we drive to metro centre. Unimaginably unpleasant. A visit to say I have been is more than sufficient. 2 story drive thru for dunki donuts amuses me. Afterwards we clean and pack. We also meet the kebabi owner who feeds Jamal. Raad (thunder in Arabic) speaks a lovely Geordie Arabic which amuses me a ...
... Victorian architecture. Have to really listen when the locals speak, a bit like trying to understand Eastern Europeans. Very friendly people. Most things are quite cheap except for chains. Grill and chill- Lebanese restaurant run by Bangladeshi guy who once worked for Lebanese people. Very good food. Fahed enjoyed everything up until the bill. Approx £50 but we did have 4 starters and 3 mains including sea bass so not really so ...
... of the best drives in the world and as I finally have a valid driving license id love to meet some people to do this amazing drive between Adelaide and Melbourne!
15. Manage all of the above and the entire year without needing help/money from anyone - This is my biggest goal out of all of them and I'm determined to achieve this!
Well lest see if I can achieve all these goals and have the best adventure of my life!
... tear to everyone's eye. It's just a shame it was so cold!! So as you can tell, since landing in the UK I've been incredibly busy with lots of wedmin (as my cousins wife calls it) but also sorting myself out. I've had two weeks back in the UK to get myself a passport, driving licence, various visas, Japan rail pass and money as well as sort out insurance claims and purchase anything I may need for leg two of my tour! So far things are going in the ...
... museum and went on an old steam boat. Sadly, didn't have time to go on the Trincomalee, which is a 3 - 4 masted ship and is the oldest fighting ship still afloat in the British navy, anywhere in the world.