Holiday Inn Garden Court A1 Sandy-Bedford
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... Elizabeth Purser's Office staff on the Queen Elizabeth US Customs and Immigration at New York and Fort Lauderdale (second time around) Missing out on stop at Nassau Feeling unwell for three days at sea News about Julia's illness News about Aunt Hope's death and missing her funeral The strange feeling of not knowing what to do and how to do it when we disembarked in San Francisco The persistent rain in San Francisco on ...
... took my place in row 27 and, almost immediately was invited to upgrade to 'Premium' for £49. When I booked, the difference in price was £550, so this seemed like a bit of a bargain. I moved up to row 3 and swiped my debit card down the side of the TV screen and the deal was done. They don't do Business Class, so all Premium gives you is extra legroom (not needed in my case), a 2-3-2 configuration in wider seats with greater recline and two meals included in the price. ...
24 February 2013 at Sea between the Fjords and Chacabuco We set off from the port of Chacabuco to the Rio Simpson reserve and the One horse town 25 February 2013 Porto Montt This is the southern most point in mainland Chile before the start of the fjords and islands of the south. The visit today 26 February 2013 Castro on the island of Chiloe. This is the second largest island in Chile after terra del Fuego. Castro is the largest town on the island, but our trip took us to a ...
7 February 2013 Sandy to Rio de Janeiro An early start; up at 5:30am, car packed and on the road at 6:30 am, car parked by 8:30 am and all checked in by 9:30am. So far so good. A late take off, but we arrived in Rio on time at 10:00pm Rio time. The wait for immigration was even worse than Heathrow, but we eventually collected all the fellow passengers and boarded the coach for the Sheraton Rio Hotel. A nice welcome drink, fill in the necessary forms and up to the room but it ...
... work and socialising were becoming easy distractions; maybe we were going to end up falling back into that category of never getting round to seeing the world as we had plenty of excuses that got in the way. When we did speak on the phone, we'd still manage to get that exciting buzz of what we could do and where we might be next year. We could openly admit how rubbish we were at getting it done but that would change each time we came off the phone. Questions were ...