St. Andrews Lodge Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... bottle on the table taking the lid off and asking me as she did if it was ok if she drank some of my water. "That's not my water!!!" It belonged to the boy next to her. Howls of laughter from all concerned, mum blushing and apologising and assuring him she hadn't taken a drink. We had a 5 minute connection time as Brighton and I began to realise we were probably too late to make it. I think we arrived at least 5 minutes after our connecting train had left! We were met by ...
... our beach tour the next day.
We were up bright and early for an 8.30am start for our tour of the Gower Peninsula, just west of Cardiff. We went with a company called SeeWales, who also run other tours in and around Cardiff that I would have been interested in doing if we had been staying a bit longer. Alas though, we had limited time, so we picked this one for a chance to see some of the stunning Welsh countryside. And stunning it was! We started off at the ...
... reasonable. That's how we justified it. M&S food solidly for two weeks.
It's important to leave your family a little something to remember you by, and whilst we weren't able to bring gifts back from Oz I was able to break my older brothers little finger whilst throwing a small Team GB ball around at a park near the beach. Not sure how it happened, maybe I've toughened up out here in this desolate landscape whereas he just gets weaker ...
... down the beach (past even more fish & chip places, more bars, more souvenir sellers and more striped deckchairs for rent), then into the Brighton Laines – narrow, twisted alley ways with cute old buildings that used to be houses and businesses for the local fishing activities, but are now up-market boutique shops, restaurants and pubs mainly aimed at the thousands ...
... applying for the longest possible tourist visa (3 months) and arrive in China in May meaning we get to Oz in August.
On the trip are:
Mags - 36 - likes: cheap flights, dislikes: peanut butter
Si - 36 - likes: zombie movies, dislikes: books everyone else is reading
Sam - 3 and a half - likes: Lightning Mcqueen, dislikes: the wrong type of spoon
Noah - 1 - likes: ...