Hyde Park Economy Apartments
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... onto the road below. The time they spent doing this may have been a bit annoying for the other visitors but Lil and Spencer had a blast. They also had a number of photo machines which would make a postcard with your photo on it. Lil and Spencer spent quite a bit of time playing with these as well, trying to get Kung Fu action shots. Needless to say this got a bit out of hand and they had to be physically removed from the area!
By this time it was pretty late ...
... on sat night in preparation to form part of the cheer squad. We were up early and took Nat to the start. We were only allowed in so far before we had to wave goodbye and send her into the marshalling area. We joked it was like waving a kid off on their guest day of school.
When the went for breakfast to fuel up for the big day haha. There were racers in our restaurant eating breakfast 20 mins before the race started. It was crazy!
Our first stop was to meet Nag at the ...
... bike ride, so when I have some time I will put together a short video. We had so much fun. Our guide was great – he works part time as a guide and he is an actor in King Lear at The Rose theatre.
Mary Ash: you won’t believe this, but we have met and talked to so many people.! And we are giving away the American souvenirs we brought. Don’t you wish you were here?
Had one minor mishap on the ...
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... me in as one of their own for the time I was there.
I then descended on my other homeland, Ireland.
And here I rode bikes along coastlines, sat on cliff tops, opened a circus festival, made many new friends and discovered the far flung places I'd heard of in the Celtic Thunder songs I so much love.
I had a down point when I had my laptop stolen, but I think I handled that fairly well...and it led me to two of the most generous people on ...