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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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I'd been discussing it with my best friend ever since we met and we both decided that if you didn't travel the world, there wasn't much point in our existence. I can't think of a better time than now either. Having finished A levels this summer and with it secondary education, the thought of a year long break to help me forget the torment of exams and prepare me for university or work ...
... after her wonderful children. (DECEMBER-MARCH) OZ/NEW ZEALAND: I will be departing The Middle East for Sydney, Australia for a month and experiencing controversially the best New Years' celebration in the world before beginning my tour of the East coast. Finishing in the Daintree rainforest, where I will fly on to New Zealand and explore the North and South Islands for a month or so. (MARCH-JUNE) SRI LANKA/INDONESIA: Late March I am headed to Sri Lanka for three weeks of ...
... on all 11 screens? If you didn't guess rugby, you were wrong. The Italy vs Romania match was on when we arrived, so we sat down with a pint and watched it. The following match was Ireland bs France, and the pub started to fill up with Irish, from who knows where. Anyway it was a great atmosphere, and thankfully the Irish won.We then went for a walk around the lovely narrow streets; had dinner at a proper fish & chippy caff, and then back to the pub. You can drink gallons of thish ...
... Autumn here and the rolling hills are covered with trees with various shades of brown, orange, yellow and green; intermixed with horse and heather in different colors.We reach Pembrokeshire which encompasses the South-West peninsular of Wales. Heading to Fishguard on the north coast, which is a major fishing town; and from where you can ferry to Ireland.
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... morning & crossed over the hills behind the cottage on the incredibly windy, narrow roads averaging about 30kph, terrified of what we would meet. We came across the tiny church of St Brynach, at Pontfaen which was open & was very pleasing. On the way to
Pembroke we stumbled on Carew castle which is a ruined Norman castle one of whose major claims to fame is that it was owned by the man who killed Richard III. In the courtyard & the rooms costumed ...