Travel Blogs from Southampton
I hate being "the tourist" in a big city...but let's face it I could live in Brooklyn for 30 years and I would still be a tourist.....but if you put a New Yorker in my home town he would never be "a local" "A grouper" ....so we did the touristy things....Alex got on her phone and got on her "network" to get some suggestions and we ended up going to …
When we finally got off the plane they had one guy to push t wheelchairs. I really felt sorry for him. A number of times he had to leave one of us to get the other through. He some idiot supervisor came up to him and told him he was gong to write him up since he came back for me instead of following him. I wanted to get his name to write to them in case did get a bad report. I'm annoyed that I didn't tell that guy off.
... avoid those wrap around lines where you are closed in with people all around you.
So we had to wait hours in the airport before we had to board. But I’m not complaining people - leaving tomorrow will have flights canceled due to the snow storm coming in. We bought some food for breakfast and looked at the tour books. I didn’t use Wi-Fi since you had to pay for it. The plane didn’t have Wi-Fi. The ...
Day 10 Centurion International Gymnastic Meet 2014
Day 11 Centurion International Gymnastic Meet 2014
Day 12 Private tour Johannesburg
Day 13 Cape Town, Abbey Manor Guest House
Day 14 Private Morning tour of Cape Town, and Table Mountain,
Robbens Island tour
Day 15 Full Day private tour Cape Point and Penninsular
Day 16 At Leisure
Day 17 Leave Cape Town
Day 18 Return New York, JFK
... the world in the recent past,
Burma—now known as Myanmar—remains a magical destination, yet one
shrouded in mystery. When you visit Burma with OAT, you will watch the
sun glinting off a 2,500-year-old temple clad in 60 tons of pure gold in
Rangoon … witness “one-leg” rowers casting fishing nets and farmers
tending to floating gardens on Inle Lake … see a procession of ...