Premier Inn Portsmouth - Horndean
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... It's no wonder so many people become addicted to travelling. It's a constant rush of adrenaline and adventure. The perfect way to reinvigorate yourself, and has been a great way to shake-up our life.
2. To become less ignorant. Any preconceived ideas or prejudices have, on the whole, been completely shattered. No matter how hard we tried , we only know how to believe, think and act within the parameters of what we've been taught. So although we may try to enter into ...
Yesterday, as promised, was our first day of rain. Luckily, we had planned our day to be mainly indoors to avoid getting wet as much as possible. We first went to the National History Museum. At the museum there was a great dinosaur exhibit, a mammal exhibit, and a natural disaster exhibit we found quite interesting. After we had done our walking around and had some lunch at a near by cafe, we ventured off to the National Science Museum, getting ...
So we got into hong Kong on our revised flight at close to midnight on Sunday, tired and straight to bed.
Up early we walked down Nathan Rd to the Star ferry terminal, via very pleasant oasis called Kowloon Park. New York's Central Park lookalike!! A tranquil quiet spot in the middle of a bustling city.
Onto the ferry to Hong Kong Central where it was easy to find a bus we thought took us to The Peak. Nope, only to the railway ...
... restaurant and then Amy took us for a stroll around the pier before she had to leave.
We then went to the cinema and watched a scary movie called The Conjuring. Based on a true story it was pretty good, Mikey said I was more entertaining to watch than the movie. I'm sure I only jumped a few times.
Another great day out in the big world.
Until next time
Randall & Mikey
... Lord Nelson's ship from the Battle of Trafalgar, it has been set up to allow you to wander through, viewing all the different elements of life on board a ship of the late 1700's, it was really quite grand although the underlings would have had it fairly tough. I was a bit disappointed though that there was no white outline on the spot where Nelson fell (there is ...