Premier Inn London Gatwick Airport South (London Road)
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... been a part of. We all seemed to get along well and share at least one common passion- the love of travel!!!
Audrey & I checked in and after a shower I decided to go for a little walk while Audrey rested.
I walked over to 'Speakers Corner'. Wow, a lot of people like to hear their own voice and say nothing.
London is a city like none other!
I am pretty sure I would return for another visit.
Meeting Greg & Sharon for one last ...
... on Dragoman trip: 43 coming from UK, USA, Australia, South Korea, Germany, Holland, Iceland, Ireland, Italy and Spain.
Number of passengers on each leg of the Dragoman trip:
Cusco to La Paz 17
La Paz ...
... by all. Britain certainly have the right idea no charge to go in and packed from floor to ceiling of entertainment. Had a last look around Harrods and caught the bus back to our final stop before Dubai. Tonight I have had a vision of my grandmother on Tesco some one of similar age saying "Ta ra". Those members of my family who read; would have smiled at the vision. For those who don't know it's "goodbye" A very happy ...
... my mum) or kept in touch. I enjoyed writing it and I'm hoping its going to make a very good book for me to look back on. Would I do this again, yes, maybe South East Asia next time and get round to South America for the Inca trail. I'm extremely grateful that I broke my back last year and was made redundant otherwise none of this would have happened. There's always a silver lining. I'm going to carry on with my serendipity ways in the UK. It's been a blast and always will be..... Anna ...
... is not having a transformative religious experience. To start, her "Oh my Gods" have a distinctly nasal, sing-song, whiny sounding quality to them--( remember the valley girl Galaria song, anyone?). If you've ever ascended some 500+ stone stairs to the top of a church dome, you can well imagine the silence which was being broken by her mantra, and the annoyance of same. But soon, like birth contractions, the " Oh my Gods" start to come quicker in sequence, and ...