St. Ives Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... diverse wildlife at that. However because of poaching and hunting many of the animals which were plentiful years ago are now quickly diminishing. Such a shame since Africa has some of the worlds most majestic creatures. After spending three months here and seeing many different areas and ways of life we have learned a lot. Do not ever take what you have for granted. Maybe you don't have the house of your dreams, but be happy you have a house with a roof ...
... good night out and a good percentage of the show was spent standing, clapping and dancing along to the music. It would however have been good to have a bit more of a story interlaced into the show as well as the music of Paul, John, George and Ringo which was performed by very talented musicians who very much looked the part.
Being the 31st October our trip back to New Brighton from Liverpool Lime Street was accompanied by witches, ghouls ...
... have ruined our reputation for not watching any form of football on TV - we had the TV on in our room and it was on the channel broadcasting the World Cup Rugby semi-final. We have no idea what the rules of the game are or how it is scored but we got very excited every time an Aussie player got hold of the ball. You all probably know the result now - we are not sure if we will tune in for the final as it might be just too stressful (ha ha ha ).
... a point with only minutes remaining. The post game transport options were crowded and lacking so I decided to try and walk off the beers, curry wurst and chips so I made the 5km walk back into town. After a few more beers with my Egyptian roommates (not sure if they were being naughty Muslims or were Christian Egyptians????) it was time for bed after ticking off yet another items of my life ...
... The church noticeboards were in the same colour as were the notice boards for the farm shop and tea room. I thought that maybe somebody in the village had created them and meant to ask about it in the shop but I forgot. It was a very tiny shop selling a variety of newspapers (they had a few of each) tinned/dried foodstuffs and a bit of stationery. Very basic but each customer treated as individuals with time to talk. I had read a notice pinned on the steps by the canal that there ...