The Inn on the Lake
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Once we left the New York Harbour, It looked as if we were nearing a possibility of The North Passage. This could be what I have been in search for within all my voyages! If so I will map out the location, and bring back any necessary items as proof. I will get back to you once I find out. -Henry ...
... br> 3) VietJetAir (for the original uniforms)
1) Tan (Borneo turtle island)
2) Azman (Borneo Sandakan and Bilit rainforest guide)
3) Norman (Bali)
Strangest thing we saw:
1) A Ping Pong show (Phuket)
2) Guy walking a tight rope across two sky scrapers without our a harness (Chicago)
3) People with huge things on the back of their moped's, like fridges, dining room table set (Vietnam)
... end up in one of the arches below Waterloo station gathered around a perspex box with the other teams we had been following. Inside Clare and her husband(?) acted out the end of the 'show' which had the worst death scene I have ever had to watch. Imagine the longest, loudest, campest most over acted death scene and you still wouldn't be close.
Found a nice cocktail bar to finish the evening though, so not a complete ...
... bedroom flat, in a quiet street, with a view into a locked garden, just like the one in the movie Notting Hill! As visitors we are not allowed into the garden. We are on the second floor and the tiny lift up literally opens in the apartment. We headed out to the big supermarket down the road to did a huge grocery shop.
After unpacking we went out for a walk and 10 minutes down the road we found Hyde Park! It wasn't long ...
... Two of my worlds, once so neat and separate, were quickly blurring and mixing. So far the Nathans have fit in quite well with my group. We have had lots of fun playing Badminton on the front lawn, playing a ton of board games like Clue and Articulate, and exploring Durham.
Nathan(1) was enamored by the Cathedral Cloisters, where part of the Harry Potter films were set. Nathan(2) has enjoyed the architecture of Durham and the surrounding region. On Monday the boys and ...