Ritz Milner Hotel
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... to the top places then yeah I guess it's good. If your anyone else then it's a tough life by the looks of it. The homeless people seemed like they tried to make it in the city but ended up on drugs which is sad. I had a young girl on the subway ask where I was from and she said 'I would love to go to England, it's not fun here, there are a lot of issues' which is a weird thing to hear I guess but at the same time it did make London look like a fantastic ...
... You wouldn't laugh, but Madison would crack up trying to tell the stories. For example, we both died laughing over the idea of getting our Kilimanjaro guide's face tattooed to the bottom of our feet. We also loved the Mama Yoga experience if you haven't read about that yet, you should.
Nicest People: Australia. We give Australia the award because they spoke English the best. We have to be honest with you. Second place goes ...
... I'm sure my knees are still knocking! We grabbed some lunch at the Ghosttown grill eating typical, overpriced theme park food (but we loved every bite). To finish off our greasy meal we ordered the boysenberry pie mmmmmmmmnnnnnnn best dessert EVER (check the pictures above). For the next 10 hours we rode the roller coasters then rode the good ones a second time around and stuffed our faces with healthy *sarcasm* wholesome *sarcasm* food such as cotton candy, ...
... this opportunity to be on the tour alongside this great team and coaches.
Was a very successful and well-planed trip that I enjoyed every day of it. Billeting with American boys of our age was an unforgettable experience that I will never forget. It was really interesting to see and live the American lifestyle for a short time. This trip has built the team's culture to a whole new level and all of the boys get on well on and off the ...
... from Auckland to Los Angeles. We were told that the Pacific Ocean is the largest expanse of water on earth, it covers about 46% of the earth's water surface and about a third of its total surface. It's home to 75% of the world's volcanoes and we crossed a number of underwater mountain ranges. The average depth of water is 3800km and, at its deepest, is 10920 km which is the lowest point in the earth's crust. Often, we had 5000-6000 ...