Longs Inn Hotel
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Today is a day that has been hatched some time back. Allow me to explain - When I was last in England (would that be the only time I hear you say) at one of the many wing dings I made social appearances at, a fine gentleman by the name of Martin Coulthard who is friends of Kim and Deb and as turns out is an civil engineer, working for The City of London Corporation over the last 30 odd years out of the Guildhall complex. He offered a guided tour of his patch - one ...
... my left arm in one sweaty hand and a prescription for approximately 786 malaria tablets in the other.
Ah yes malaria, the literal bugbear of any traveller to Africa. First of all you have to wrestle with the initial decision between remortgaging your house to pay for the extortionately expensive but relatively side-effect free option of Malarone; answering a series of increasingly detailed questions on your mental state to get mid-range Lariam; or risking 3rd ...
... the night in at the share house, we ended up having a few drinks with others from the house. An Italian girl, South African man and a Siberian man as well, some good and um interesting conversations came out of the evening. Wednesday (11th) incredibly foggy and cold morning! Bit of a sleep in for a change. We headed to HMS Belfast museum which is moored in the Thames River. As we climbed on board the fog started to lift and the sun came out, this is about 12pm mind you. ...
... World War, the family turned parts of the grounds into military hospitals. During the second World War they billeted Wrens working at the code breaking center at Bletchley Park. The Abbey has some interesting connections to the monarchy. Charles I was here as a prisoner and was interviewed here by Oliver Cromwell. The Safari Park was added to the estate in 1970 as an effort to bring in more money and preserve the estate.
There were supposed to be thunderstorms today, ...
... Iranian accountant living in London. And boy could he dance! He spun me, dipped me, and threw me every which way! And I loved it!
The thing is I’m not good at salsa. I like to think I am and that is why non Latin people think I am good, but I only know the basic steps. The great thing about salsa is that you don’t have to be a pro to enjoy it. I get so excited from the beats and music, and I loosen my hips. That’s it! Then it’s ...
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