Millennium Madejski Hotel Reading
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... to Gladstone. So over to the counter and since the next direct flight wasn't till 4pm we were rebooked via Brisbane. Got the transfer bus over to the terminal and then hopped into the Qantas Club for a decent cup of coffee - fully entitled this time!
They called our Brisbane flight then just as we were getting up to go to the gate, I heard them calling the Gladstone flight we should have been on. Turns out it had been delayed but they ...
"I'll see you guys before you know it! Four & a half months will fly by, I said through tears..December 30th".135 days, 18 counties, 36 cities, 15 languages, and 6 currencies. I remember landing in London England scared to death just like it was yesterday. I cannot believe it's already been four and a half months and our insane cultured growing journey has come to an end and I am now leaving the place I first thought was so scary and unknown. Only to a physical end ...
... going to annoy me... things like tablets, toiletries, adapters, cables, etc. I really need either a strong plastic bag to hold them in or something similar to my packing cubes, just to keep them all together. Sandwich bags worked a treat for all the tablets. 190 odd anti-malaria tablets alone are taking up quite a bit of space!
So first pack practice done, and it's definitely time to get ruthless. Do I really need two pyjama tops?!
... hours ahead of London; seven hours ahead of Kansas City.
On the flight to Istanbul, flanking the empty middle seat from my window is an obese Turkish man, his white shirt unbuttoned a button too far facilitating the display of his hairy chest. Traveling with his wife who is in the opposing aisle seat, he is everything one aspires to not be. He grabs rolls from the flight attendants' cart when they are not looking; he complains that his food is ...
... was about 6 deep in people who were burrowing their way forward taking a picture of it behind glass and then burrowing their way back out. It was much easier to have a look at a copy which was set up out in the open in another gallery which was lined with bookcases (not sure what it was called). Cecily loved the Tate modern and was glad she went after being told that she had to go by Christina - they can now discuss the set up and exhibits for ages when we get ...