Holiday Inn Garden Court A1 Sandy-Bedford
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No holiday is perfect, but this one has been as good as it gets. I don't want to dwell on the things that annoyed or frustrated me or that didn't go according to plan, but they were part of the overall picture, so they should get a mention. In this final entry, I'll just jot down a few points as a summary of the entire trip. LOWLIGHTS Satellite internet charges on the Queen Elizabeth Bar prices and mandatory gratuities on ...
Location : At home in Sandy, Bedfordshire Sunrise : 6.41am Sunset : 5.45pm Temperature (high) : 8c / 46.4f (low) : 2c / 35.f Time : GMT ------------------- (Ship's location : At sea, en route to Brisbane, Australia) Just 30 minutes after posting last night's blog, Norwegian Airlines invited us to board flight DY7406 to Gatwick. The aircraft was a new Boeing 787 'Dreamliner' with a British cockpit crew and a mainly US cabin crew. I didn't hear any Norwegian accents amongst the ...
Well, that's the first hurdle dealt with successfully. I've created the blog and sent out the link and have already had responses to confirm that it's accessible. I'm more technically savvy than I thought.
Travel documentation was all sorted yesterday. Now I've just got to start thinking about what I need to take with me.
... and what tricks were used sometimes. You don't have a guide and you can take as much time as you want which according to the introduction takes people between 45 minutes and the whole day. We took about two or three hours. (Fans!)
Then you come into a part with a bit more action where you can ride a broom and the Ford Anglia in front of a green screen and take home (expensive) pictures or videos (which we didn't).
... 25 is reasonably interesting flying stuff to gather data and only 5%25 was really test pilot stuff. The entertainment was the world's only legal pickpocket, a guy called Bob Arno. His show was really good fun as he stole watches, glasses, belts etc from four "volunteers". He did show a few clips of professional pickpockets in action and some of the methods of distraction and diversion that they use. He was certainly the best evening entertainment so far on the cruise. 28 February ...