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... screaming her way though the place, while poor Harry nearly pooped his 'hoysen'...not his cup of tea - I'm afraid. He told us that it was lucky it was daytime because if he was going to bed he'd have nightmares!. You also go on this little 'ride' in a black cab which is very cute, showing some more of her wax figures and the history of England in the 1800's. That was a very entertaining 2 hours.
Let the shopping tour begin. Darren and Harry were ready ...
... on this train to Amsterdam and continue to see the world. Expect an update on that visit within a few days.
London is basically everything I expected it to be. It’s like cleaner, bug-less America where everyone is skinny and drinks tea. Whatever. And there are gardens everywhere, so it’s beautiful and smells like flowers. Not urine or human meat pies, so that’s good.
The first day we arrived was fairly pain-free. ...
... a special candle which you light and it goes off like a mini firework and lights all the candles. It's very cool, but I did point out that fireworks are something that you are not allowed to take on a plane with you and if you tried, you would be in trouble. Therefore, we decided that it was best to set this thing off at the hotel before we headed back on the plane. The candle was pretty good, as was the cake and it was good to celebrate my birthday in ...
... br> I didn't like missing out on the rollercoasters because I wasn't tall enough!
Katarina: Being sick in Singapore!
Crashing on the ludge in Rotorua and getting covered ...
... corner, so it took a good half an hour to maneuver into
the immense building. Once inside
I was totally blown away with the size and scope of my new surroundings.
I had intended to use the Rick Steves’ self-guided tour from
my trusty guidebook. However, I
was both so exhausted from my morning I didn’t have the strength or desire to
reach into my backpack and pull out the guidebook. Fortunately, with the price of admission, ...