Premier Inn Colchester - A12
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I went online the day before my flight from Kathmandu to change my seat number. The reason is that from the right hand side of the aircraft, you get the most stupendous views of the mighty Himalaya. Up at 38,000 feet, you can see the white mountains and the brown valleys for mile after mile. I sit next to a middle aged Tibetan Buddhist monk in his crimson and saffron robes who stares in silence and a young man dressed in an orange gilet and bright ...
... the longest pleasure pier in the world measuring 1.34 miles (or 2.16 km) in length. The current iron pier opened in 1887 and it would have been a shame not to walk to the very end, despite the windy and damp conditions. A train is also available for those that do not want to walk but being unemployed the £1.00 'Winter Walkers' entrance fee was all we paid.
Close to the end of the pier is the green and yellow café ...
... took us to Boxstead, steadfastly refusing to admit the existence
of Lexten and offering us Lexten Heath instead. It also didn’t acknowledge a
Straight Road in Lexten Heath either. We thought the Straight Road in
Colchester must be the right one and went there and didn’t recognise the area.
So, we phoned our next set of friends, Caroline and Phil
and they came ...
... was in a coin form, so I had to ask. But he was super sweet and politley told me what to give him. Then I dragged my 60 pound suitcase to the back of the bus, and I noticed the girl talking to the driver had no accent. So she sat down in front of me, she was about my age, and I asked if she was going to the Universtiy. She was and she was from Canada. So we talked throughout the hour and a half bus ride. Then when we ...
... just compiled the final massive ‘things to take’ and ‘things to do’ spreadsheet.
Like most men all things medical are left until the very latest, so when I got sensible and thought about the jabs, I realised I would have to wait a few weeks to get the 3 Rabies and 3 rapid course Hep B jabs organised. Apparently rural Southern Morocco is teeming with foaming mouthed dogs and tribesmen ...