Hilton Milton Keynes
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... menu looks good and I'm looking forward to the Lamb Shank I have ordered. And I'm delighted to find out that my waitress (who runs the place here) is an Aussie, from NSW north coast. The noise from the bar rises with the sounds of the Rugby, everywhere I go I have to explain that, yes I'm Australian, no I didn't come for the Rugby, and really, did Australia win? The locals then go on, every single one of them, to tell me 'but we beat you in the ...
... and weighed in at about 7 kg, which is good as she will be taking it as hand luggage on some flights. We are both really excited and to be honest it doesn't feel real that in 42 days time we will be winging our way to Thailand. But I am sure as the days count down we will become more excited/nervous. Peace out, Dan. Ps WAKE UP SARA! ...
... email trail that Deb and Kim's tomorrow and our tomorrow were different tomorrow's. That now places some stress time wise on our polo jaunt. We have been specially invited by a member (Andrew and Liz who are friends of D & K) of the Guards Polo Club which is located in the grounds of Windsor Great Park on land donated by The Queen and is their Patron. Our problem is that we are to be picked up at 11.00 am from D & K's but today our Eurostar train does not leave Paris until 11.45 ...
... not allowed into central Oxford, being diverted around the centre. As a result, and because there are so many students here, many people ride bikes in, out and around the city.
After a quick stop for a drink and something quick for lunch, I walked to the appointed spot to join my Inspector Morse tour. There were so many people wanting to do it, that a second tour was arranged. A very nice and informative guide called Therese took my tour group of about 12. ...
... on the bus bound for Glasgow, we reminisce our week spent in the United Kingdom capital of London. We didn’t see too many sights or do too many ‘touristy activities’, but we’d caught up with great friends & had a taste of home we felt we needed after 5 months away!!
Spending more of our savings in 1 week than what we would have in 1 month in Asia- was definitely shocking but worth every quid!
Loving every minute
Dani & ...