Hampton by Hilton Braintree
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We're transferring hotels today so we packed everything up and had the hotel store our luggage for us. Our first stop of the day was the British Library. We chose it based on a travel guide recommendation as there are a number of historically significant documents on display. We took the tube to Kings Cross and walked to the library arriving just …
They say you can never really get lost in London... I think I've disproved this theory! Thank goodness Shani is so patient (most times- if she's not we know its time for ice cream and chocolate) Our aim for today was to do as much of the touristy sightseeing as possible. - Buckingham palace and the changing of the guards - Parliament House - Westminster Abbey - Big Ben - London's Tower Bridge - London Tower - the Florence Nightingale museum Starting with Buckingham ...
... is the prerogative of the elders.
"Patient man ride donkey" is the Jamaican saying and in this situation everyone has to be very patient because if proper protocol is not observed then regardless of registry office, church or any other institution, it will not a proper marriage.
There is actually an interesting coincidence here, when my wife and I got married more than ...
... 2013 but for several reasons that did not happen. We decided to try again for Summer 2014 and as fate would have it, Siyabonga is planning to get married around the same time so when I told him of our new plans he invited us to his wedding.
So we are going to a ZULU WEDDING. Tickets are booked but first we must plan an itinerary.
Can we make this as interesting and exciting as Bahia?
After breezing through the security in Singapore Airport and leaving my luggage for the day, I caught the free shuttle towards Changi Beach, where I had lunch before catching a ferry out to Palau Ubin island. I hired a bike from the same bloke as on my first visit and rode to the wetland area, which was this time covered by the high tide. On my way I saw a group of pigs, probably the same ones I'd seen on my first ...