Telford White House Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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... to the door of the Holiday Inn turned out to be a quite different experience! Recent road closures meant that Bella's directions were somewhat out of date and, whilst we could sometimes even see our hotel, we could not find our way to it!
I guess the positive of all of this is that we did manage to see quite a bit of the city as we travelled around and around it! (although I would have much preferred ...
... as possible while I’m buzzing around Australia and the USA. Ashleigh also suggested that we work our way around Australia. Work, moi? I should coco. I haven’t done that since I left the Fire Service! Actually, working in a bar sounds really appealing, especially if Ash and I are working together. I think it might be a lot of fun. After all, I won’t need to work all the time just some of it. How hard can it be??
Having booked all the flights and arranged paperwork we now had to plan our route and arrange accommodation. After much research and several changes of mind we finally opted for two nights in Vancouver at a lovely looking B&B. This will give us time to explore the parts of the city we want to see and recover from the flight. We then move on to Nanaimo where Heather found a brilliant looking B&B. Finally we have the last night ...
... round and gathered a lot of weed in doing so. We tried one or two places, before finding a pleasant spot alongside an old wharf where we could get in to the side.
The weather was really warm and Hazel was able to hang out the washing to dry in the sun.
We went for a walk up to the Chasewater Reservoir, where the whole world was out and about enjoying sailing, water-skiing and wakeboarding. We noticed that the small basin at the end had mooring ...
... Erbil after breakfast, we pass through Koya in the mountains and down through Dukan (Lake Dukan being the largest man-made lake in Iraq), arriving into Sulaymaniya, the second largest city in Iraqi Kurdistan, and possibly the most relaxed and cosmopolitan, being a university town. We witness first hand the terrible legacy of Saddam Hussein as we visit the Amna Suraka (Red Security) buildings including the many prison cells and torture chambers ...