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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... were about my lack of phone service, but I knew I had to keep my cool because we were staying at their place. The airbnb was super nice, brand new and everything. The assistant, Maurice, was really nice too, which made it hard to get mad at him. We settled in, went back to the stores to get some food to cook, and hung out for a little bit. Then we went into the city. We decided to go on the London Eye because we thought it'd be pretty at night, and boy was it beautiful. You ...
... we will know we will have to share him with the rest of the world for a few years or when he uses up all the working visa time he is allowed. Dinner was a hamburger and the realisation of how non exciting British meals can be. Every plain without a bit of trimming but on such an empty stomach it was wonderful. Realised how tired we were so we said goodnight to Josh and navigated the way home and crashed into bed. Ever excited to be able to explore ...
... country so far. People are super friendly
(even when you speak survival Spanish), it has the most beautiful green
glowing hills and mountains scenery, volcanos, caves and roaring wild
rivers. It feels relatively untouristy as it's still probably quite
dangerous off the main trails, evidenced by the police escort our
shuttle had from the El Salvador border.
Antigua - first port of
call in Guatemala and possibly the most beautiful city we had seen on ...
... bridge where we did a Thames River Cruise up to Tower Bridge, and then ambled the hour back down the South Bank... what a place! I'm heading back there today... was to third and hot yardage to stop and enjoy everything but made notes as I went off eBay I wanted to return to. There's a stall at the Borough Market that I saw from I distance yesterday called BAXTER'S... gotta go back and get a pic! Another thing I ticked ...
... seats inside the chapel with assistance from Ian who is an usher. The scout / guide choir is having a lest minute practice. I see Andy and Gina at a distance and others I have met over the years of being friends with Sam and lynne. The priest asks us to turn off mobiles and soon after the oran plays. I don't recognise the music. The bridesmaids are in a gorgeous deep green gown which has an interesting ...