Leverhulme Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... if they had milk to mix it with. As I waited in excited anticipation, flashing back to a classic family story, I swear I heard the words, "WE SURE DOOO." I polished off my Bailey's and milk in seconds...cheers Aunt Beth :p (true story). Anyhow, I was picked up by a driver who held my name on a giant laminated paper. I was tempted to ask if he ever saw the parent trap (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kASXEE Tsu3M) but decided against it. We traveled ...
... City, then we're moving into Cambodia and ending up back in Bangkok to go south through the islands. Crossing the border into Malaysia, we'll be going into Kuala Lumpur and Singapore before flying down to Australia in mid March.
March / April - Australasia
We begin in Melbourne with some old friends and fly North to Cairns and the Great Barrier Reef. Next up is Fraser Island where we meet Edd's twin ...
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Today is Tuesday 17/6/14
The boys went to golf and Linda & I went to Port Sunlight.
William Lever purchased this land to build a bigger factory and houses for his workers - actually he built a whole village complete with sporting facilities, medical facilities, a school etc He believed that his workers would work better if they had ...
... on display, then went outside to have lunch, came back in and saw more of the exhibitions. The museum was very large and there was lots to see, including what docks would have looked like in the 18th and 19th centuries.
When i finished here it started to rain, so i headed over to the shops on the Albert docks, and looked around, then had a look at the information center and then went to the magical mystery tour start point. ...