Premier Inn Dover - Eastern Ferry Terminal
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8. Go to Barbados/Bahamas/Bali
9. Visit Bondi beach
10. Cinema with dinner
11. Jazz show with dinner
12. Eat in a Michelin star restaurant
13. Learn to meditate
14. Be a Size 10 ✅ (I made it to a size 8 with lots of help from my bootcamp group and from a low carb diet – see photos below!)
15. See northern lights
16. Visit an ice hotel
17. Learn to cook Thai ...
... and a little more philanthropic one day. For now my work and study should keep me out of trouble. As for the travel, our most amazing feat has been to reduce our entire lives into two backpacks and two microwave sized boxes. Before the great purge Dorette and I filled a two bedroom flat with our belongings. It's confirmed what I already knew - we over consume. That's damaging on many levels, not least the ...
... quite windy but sunny, and the white cliffs of Dover got nearer and nearer. We had decided not to try & get home in one go and had booked ourselves into our friends’ garden near High Wycombe, knowing that the M25 would be busy on a Fri afternoon. So it proved – nearly 5 weeks travelling and apart from roadworks near Ghent on the way out and those near Antwerp on the return, we hadn’t been held up at ...
... up and we were on the road by 10:30. Helen and Martin were great hosts and it was another great beginning to our trip. Dover was only 6 miles away so it was a short commute to the ferry line. We boarded at 11:30 and found a couple of chairs to relax in for the two and a half hour trip to Dunkirk, France. ...
... We both loved the castle and the wartime tunnels tour. Would recommend both to anyone but would also say get a cab up the hill and walk down cos it's a long steep walk. The ticket booth people called us a cab to take us to the cruise terminal. Was seven pounds but big tipper Al gave him a tenner and said keep the change.
For anyone taking a cruise from Dover there is a currency exchange as you walk in the door so we got some Danish ...