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TravelPod Member ReviewsRainbows Lodge Reading
Clean room, uncomfortable bed.
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... This was my final weekend in Reading, which I had spent going through the finite details of my trip before heading into town to buy supplies that may help me when moving my personal stuff back to Bournemouth. Its quite frankly a bit dull so I won't dwell on it but having sold DVDs I don't use and CDs I was slightly ashamed to own (I can't even understand what Shaggy is saying when he's 'rapping' - Can he even understand his own words?), I was finally able to get through ...
... The plan was to go for our 60th birthdays but family commitments meant it wasn't to be - so here we are approaching our 65th birthdays (psst not you Richard - you've had yours) - and we are on our way. Picked the hire car up, loaded the luggage and off to Heathrow. Here we ...
... abroad (20 years)
b. Did any serious hiking abroad (25 years)
c. Travelled a very long way on my own (10 years)
d. Was on my own (20 years).
My list for Buenos Aires is significantly exceeding the three days I have there!
... at Lake Bunyoni Overland Resort. Our guide (Ronnie – and more about him later) had tried to suggest we stay there before we were taken ill and when he managed to get us a room there once we were ill, we were initially pleased to have a bed and a bathroom. However, the room was tiny and very basic, the walls were paper thin, the site was full and very noisy until very late at night. The following day, we asked for a different room and although ...
... to find a road (not that I looked on Google maps previously or anything ) directly under the landing runway. So I kerb hopped Bettie and sat right under the landing plans, with a few other geeks. We had the panoramic sunroof open, and could just look up into the landing aircraft, they were huge noisy and fast. C&T were waving but I doubt anyone waved back. (Luce is now at 26,000’ heading out over the North Sea towards Amsterdam)
We managed to leave 15 minutes ...