Abbey House Hotel
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... to get into taxis on the opposite side of the dual carriageway with varying results. I am heading to work they were all heading for varying degrees of coma followed in some cases by all day hangovers I'm sure. Still the amusement was short lived as the bus was on time. Shortly afterwards in a comfy National Express seat and safe in the knowledge Pam was back home I was fast asleep all the way to Heathrow. This ability to sleep anywhere is very handy for this kind of ...
So as usual, like a child before Christmas I slept shockingly. Steven was fine but I was awake at 3am after interrupted sleep. So by the time we arrived at Heathrow (past a vehicle fire on the m25) and cleared security etc I was already flagging. Get on the plane, and I'm asleep for take off - well sort of, I have a vague memory of acceleration but that's it.
The 10.5 hour flight wasn't "too bad" as these things go. We had 2 seats alone together which was nice, and the child ...
... this. We had to catch a train to get there. Like I said before, it wasn’t just a tower, it was a castle. It had walls and turrets and inside there were other buildings and houses. It would have almost been a little community inside back in the day. On the outer wall but on the inside there were houses where people currently lived. We walked around the top of the inner wall and through a few different turrets. It was once where the king kept the mint and where it was ...
... and it ha started to rain pretty good. We wandered over to the st Paul cathedral to see if we could find somewhere to grab a drink and maybe a snack. We then realized the cathedral was open to the public because they were having a piano recital inside. WOW. It was SO beautiful. We sat down for about 15 minutes and lost ourselves ( and maybe dozed off) to the music. The challenging thing about trying to meet up with our couchsurfing host is that I have to ...
... the plans at all. We have to remember that this is not necessarily a wealthy country and many people are desperate to try to advance themselves and their family and may end up over-stretching themselves. But it needn’t overflow into the normal day-to-day activities. The Sales Manager at Elite Safaris – Jessica - told us afterwards that he had been provided with an ample cash float for the trip, offered some vague apologies, offered ...