Harefield Manor Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Reunited at Koh Tao It was a bit of a journey to Koh Tao. I got the morning speedboat from Koh Phayam at 8am which broke down on the way. They sorted it pretty quick. Then i had a truck booked to drop me off to the minibus then the minibus dropped me to Chumpon station then a coach to the pier where i then took the catamaran to Koh Tao. I arrived around 3pm. A few people i met in Koh Lanta were on Koh Tao so 2 of them were so sweet and kind enough to high mopeds/motorbikes to ...
... enjoy a delicious Turkish meal at a Halal restaurant. Lovely food and the water I had was ... water. Liz enjoyed her mocktail of mint and lime. ( see, we can control our bad habits)
THEN, the tour began. It was so good. Thru the cobblestone streets of East London to the site of each victims demise. Amazing.. 2 hours of history, We are soooo pleased we did this.
Ano little walk took us to the bus stop so we ...
... the Yi came back I was sitting behind an empty plate with a silly grin.
When she asked, "Have you enjoyed your food?" I respond by going red in the face and almost shouting, "No, I am extremely hungry and you promised to bring me hot food!" - after 23 hours of traveling all I'd eaten was a saucer of congee, three mini-chocolate croissants, nine cups of coffee and two mints, it was only a matter of time before I lost it with ...
So Jess from Mongolia/Wellington/Amsterdam was due to come over for Easter weekend and stay half with her brother and half with me. So on Saturday morning she arrived at our flat. First things first, we went out for lunch at the Brixton market where we had the Thai place that was recommended by Aleks as one of the better Thai places in London (always a huge cue when we go there!) and it was not bad, not bad at all!
We then had frozen yoghurt in a ...
... bus from the Oxford Street through the city, across the bridge and into the business district. I hit up every big ticket tourist item on my way over, and London had put on her sort of best weather with blue skies and patchy rain clouds. Borough Markets are the food lovers heaven. There was everything from fruit and veggies, to cheese, seafood, meats, breads, pastries, chocolates, spices, and eating huts. They love organic and supporting the locals here, and ...