Oakwood House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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“I've been to Canada, and I've always gotten the impression that I could take the country over in about two days" - John Stewart
Oh Canada, my home and native land. It's been seven months since I last found myself in the country of my birth. Trans-Atlantic flights are expensive, and it's just too much of hassle to go home every time you get homesick. Therefore I decided to bring a little bit of Canada over to England.
Nathan and my journey from Santorni ...
... her face. Never mind. You don't have to share what you have heard. The little kids were excited, even though they didn't really know anything about the city. "Chloé, we thought you would be excited to go to Amsterdam because the home of someone famous is there. Someone that you read about in school." She was psyched when she found out we will get to visit the Anne Frank house while we are there. Grant got into it too, since he had read about Anne Frank in the ...
We walked into Nestelton Village where the wedding and reception are going to take place, about 30 mins walk from our hotel. Through the little village of Nestelton, past some very old houses. A lovely spring day for a wedding, so nice to see daffodils, blue bells, tulips and cherry blossom trees in full bloom.
Nestleton Place is a beautiful old church on magnificent grounds, we walked ...
So today is the big day! Hannah, Lucy and I are headed off on elective today. We are going to Tanzania for the next 8 weeks, spending 6 weeks working at Huruma Hospital in the Rombo district of Northern Tanzania, then off for a bit of holiday time.
It is a step into the unknown of sorts and we are both excited and a little nervous. It is sure to be ...
... block, which quite surprised both of us. This little jaunt brought us around to a squarer that was loaded with war memorials. There was a memorial for the artillery men, the air corps, the machine gunners, the cavalry, and then several other monuments paying tribute to the many other countries and British colonies that gave their lives for Britain in the world wars, including Australia, Canada and the Caribbean. This square was also right next to Hyde Park, which ...