Ibis Budget Manchester Salford Quays
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Laid here at 2.47 am not able to sleep. My toes are wriggling with excitement! My head is filled with airports, shows, weather, outfits, cocktails....the list goes on ! ;) Know I need to sleep but it just not happening! Had a lovely pre holiday day little wander round Trafford ...
For the first time this week we woke to rain – but it didn't matter too much as we were leaving to go home. The coach came to collect us on time and after fetching other travellers from local hotels, we arrived at Luqa Airport in good time for our flight home. With a departure time of 12.30, I’d booked lunch for us on the plane and it was very tasty. This time ...
... the opponent’s balls out of the way. It made for interesting viewing for a while, then we strolled back & snoozed on the balcony.
Dinner that night had a Maltese theme so it was a good introduction to the place. Our fears about half-board were completely removed as the buffet was excellent: many choices of salad, 2 of soup, about 6 main courses, multiple side dishes and lots of desserts, all washed ...
... course, one for cricket). Being a Friday we went out for fish and chips at a local pub which was part of a building that had been an old printing works - nicely done. Being a Friday the pub was packed full of young 'uns out for drinks so it was very noisy. This meant Des had absolutely no hope of interpreting the Mancunian accents of the waiter at the bar or the people trying to assist him order the meal, so he resorted to pointing and ...
... she could begin
to cure herself was to drink several liters of the yak-infested pond
water the rest of us had refused. She held the fluid down—vomiting would
have turned the night into an epic—and was transformed into her usual
bundle of energy the next morning, albeit with a massive hangover.
Russ has since told me that all our training endeavors were for
naught. “The best way to prepare for that sick feeling,” he ...