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... of time to kill before an early dinner in Mexico, so we went to the Innoventions future home and took a tour. It was mostly energy efficiency and the like. We meandered back to Mexico and looked around a bit before having dinner. Keith had a spicy shrimp dish and I had the fish of the day, which was mahi-mahi. It was a bit dry, but tasty. We are planning on doing the fireworks and Illuminations Wednesday night, so after dinner we headed back to the car and the ...
... Disneyworld parks. We were hoping to look in some of the shops but by the time we ate at planet Hollywood it was after 11pm and all the shops were closed. We also couldn't get a drink at planet Hollywood as we didn't have any ID on us and apparently we didn't look over 21???!!! What a joke!!! So by the time we got back to our hotel it was after midnight again... Our Disneyworld experience was finished- but one last theme park ...
... onward we marched from country to country and then a detour on a boat across the lake to drop of purchases at a locker. Ah but we got smart. We went to the Art of Disney shop and bought a little treasure and dropped off all our purchases there to be sent to the gate for pick up at the end of the evening. No locker payment required.
Back we went to Ireland with a stop en route for a flute of sparkling rose and a dessert trio; a 'get out of the rain again' stop in Canada ...
... card at the receptionist, and bellowed "I bort thus yer cud, a hundrered dullards it coost and it dunny wuk."
Now I'm no linguist but I just about got the gist of his complaint. He'd bought a Disney gift card for a hundred dollars but it was not being accepted as payment. However, the receptionist just looked at him blankly and perhaps a little scared. Jock thought that repeating the sentence but louder this time might get his message across. Several of the ...
... the world for women and end things like gender-based violence completely. A "reception" followed with Anzac biscuits & coffee (one of many attempts to inject a NZ flavour into the conference by our kiwi international president.
Jill & I had both registered for one of the evening social events - Taste of the World - Locavore. While we enjoyed socialising with a lovely Canadian woman the event itself was a huge rip-off, ...