Millennium Gold Hotel
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... variety talent show, which is always a fun time. So much talent among the crew on board this ship. It wasn't a long show, but a nice way to break up the afternoon.
We spent the rest of the afternoon relaxing back in the cabin trying to catch up on lost sleep due to late nights and extremely early mornings. Since we had enjoyed several great meals today, we decided to wait and have a later dinner.
... the train station Richard partially joined in a game of "pea and thimble" on the footpath. The tourists were betting $50 euro or higher a go, so after one correct pick we quickly bailed knowing how good of course these scammers are! Then it was purchase some tickets at the terminal - the train was pretty full - and enjoy the 2 hr trip to ...
... cut out by hand using a very fine saw. I think that nowadays it would be laser cut as I saw some wooden stencils similar to the ones I sometimes use for card making on display & I know that they are laser cut!! Some of the designs were beautiful, but very pricey. We had some free time before we met the group for lunch so Peter and I headed off to explore. We found a little shop where we could stock up on some additional souvenirs and found a chemist where we could ...
... us that we would need to climb across. Convinced we were being kidnapped by pirates Michaela and I lay down in the bottom of the row boat and listened to the man tell us that he would treat us well if we treated him well. Once inside the cave the men rowing tourists around started to sing and our guide told us we could swim. Seriously thinking he was joking Michaela said 'don't tempt Kathryn ... Coz she will'. He said I could! So I did! Definitely an experience I won't ...
... over every bump. Enough said. I have learnt the value of practical footwear the hard way. Proudly declaring my jandals to be "all terrain footwear" I wore them every day for the first 2 weeks, and now my battered and blistered feet beg to differ. After limping painfully through a few days day, I finally gave in and wore my more practical canvas flats. As a sign of how bad things are getting, I even tried to justify wearing sneans this afternoon, but got talked out of it. Ciao! Nadine ...