Ramada Encore Milton Keynes
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It's very difficult for me to get my head around the age of the buildings in this area and the stories we've been told dating back to days before anything in Australia was developed. I know others have travelled before me and experienced what we have. I've heard about these old things but it's no easier to comprehend seeing it with my own eyes. We are so fortunate our English hosts have so much knowledge and could tell us some of the history of their ...
... If anyone thinks Heathrow has slow moving security and customs, try visiting Auckland!)
The pic (only one I've posted so you won't be confused), was taken at Xmas 09 when I last visited. It's taken on 90 Mile Beach in Northland. We're not actually going in that direction this time round, as we are travelling south from Auckland, but I like the photo!
... our OxTrad rap, and everyone loved it and made us promise to perform at the end of term talent show.
As we were leaving one of the guys in the other group called to me and asked if I'd enjoyed the food. I responded that we'd all enjoyed the drinks, and he laughed and muttered, "cheeky." I'm not sure exactly what that means, but Kate promised it is a good thing, and I have since been dubbed Cheeky M Skizzle by the British members of our admin team. ...
A nice start to the day! No time for breakfast! Had to get to the conference office for a 9am start. It was only 3 miles down the road though and James took us right there. We are so glad to have James: the $70 price tag has been worth every cent. The Stanborough Park School is very beautiful and large. It's a boarding school but it's low on numbers at the moment. The presentation today was just for the teachers of this school. There were about 20 ...
... we considered it our duty to explore the rest of what the town had to offer: which turned out to be a shopping mall containing: Pound Land, M&S, Boots, Superdrug, a fish pedicure shop and Nandos. Class.
After a few hours trawling through stores that we have back in the comfort of civilisation (London), we decided we needed to spend money on something important, luxurious and lasting: chocolate. So we spent nearly as much money on choclate as we did on the ...