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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- Banquet room
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... lives. We have met some of the kindest, hardworking, and honest people in Africa. This African volunteer trip quickly turned into a great adventure. Immediately we were drawn into the beauty and charm of Zambia. Where the communities welcomed us in with open arms, people on the street wanted to know your name and hear about your day, kids would run to you and throw their arms around you desperate for a hug. I have never seen so many people in a state of ...
... living dead (plus a few drunk Scousers). The people of Liverpool really had gone to town on dressing up for Halloween - more so than any other place/year that I can remember.
Sunday morning started with a full English breakfast, which set us up nicely for the day ahead in the fog that had engulfed Liverpool. The waterfront area was most pleasant - and would have been nicer if the sun was out - so as well as visiting the Albert Dock we had ...
... have ruined our reputation for not watching any form of football on TV - we had the TV on in our room and it was on the channel broadcasting the World Cup Rugby semi-final. We have no idea what the rules of the game are or how it is scored but we got very excited every time an Aussie player got hold of the ball. You all probably know the result now - we are not sure if we will tune in for the final as it might be just too stressful (ha ha ha ).
Sunday means game day! I packed a small day pack and headed to the train station to make my way up to Liverpool for the Liverpool vs Southampton game at the one and only Anfield. The 3hr train trip through the countryside was enjoyable and flew by. I arrived in Liverpool just after 2pm, checked into my hostel and made my way to Anfield just after 3pm. A couple of pregame beers, a new scarf and a ...
... she would like that...and I am staying at her bungalow, she is in residential care and will need to stay there from now on. A sad time for her and all those involved and connected to her. I finally meet David, who bought her previous house and has somehow become her carer, doing shopping and so much more over these last fourteen or more years. Joyce speaks loudly ...