The Anchorage Hotel
Travel Blogs from Troon
... was automated and we just used a kiosk in the lobby to get squared away. We read online that the hotel only had one kind of room and that every room was laid out exactly the same which at the time didn't really register but it made total sense once we opened the door to our room. This was the sleekest and most modern hotel room either of us have ever stayed in and also probably the smallest as well. Everything in the room ...
... on the plane.
Anyway, I just wanted to recap our last week. I know what your thinking, 'fs they haven't even left and he's written 2 entries already, just hurry up and beat it!'
Well this week was definitely a good one. It's amazing how many people you can talk to and catch up with when you have too. Lesson learnt! I spent the weekend in Belfast (no arrests) with the boys while Ruth and ...
... even looked to that tool Karl Pilkington from 'An Idiot Abroad' for some insight into the countries we're visiting.
For the people who haven't been paying attention, here's a recap of where we are going:
12 Destinations are on the list so far:
- Cambo dia
- China < ...
Unsurprisingly, I was still packing my backpack into the wee hours in the morning - who needs sleep when you've got a 24 hour journey ahead of you eh?! Greg was of course packed, organised and ready hours before (what a good boy scout)!
The decision on what to pack was a tough one. Packing for different climates when you only have the same amount of space as a 10k 'weekend to london' case is no mean ...
... 8217;s flats last Saturday and it was a lot of fun. It was a different group of people than we usually get to hang out with, and we got to play Christmas games and rock band and eat mince pies.
I hope everyone at home is excited for Christmas. We are both very sorry we can’t be home and will miss everyone so much, but we have each other and lots of new friends so don’t worry about us too much.
Genna and ...