The George Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... ahead so we will arrive at about 11:05 on Friday, English time. After exploring Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam and Malaysia for eight weeks we will fly from Singapore to Auckland on the North Island of New Zealand. For those of you that don't know, we have hired out a camper-van for our six weeks in New Zealand so I'm sure you'll be in for a few stories like us getting lost or breaking down during our time. If we've managed to maintain our ...
Arrived Heathrow at lunch time and used my British passport to get through immigration quite quickly and on to a bus that took me to Gloucester.There I took a local bus (a very scenic route that took ages!) to Stroud,where a short taxi ride found me at my house.By now it was dark and I was a bit anxious about finding the key hidden in a prearranged place in the garden....but there it was!. Found ...
... forest. The green branches sagging under the weight of the rain.
We're near our hotel, so we check in. Dumbleton Hall Hotel, is a historic Manor house set on 17 acres of grass and gardens. We're all excited to stay in such a place, particularly Elizabeth, although the gardens are unfortunately not available in this weather. We enter the grand hall, an immense fireplace with a coat of arms is to our right. Old Victorian furniture sit idly beside the empty fireplace. ...
... the final of their 45 overs.
After another fantastic afternoon tea - by now I think I am about 4 kilos heavier than when I left home - its our turn to bat. Gill and James Martin both retire unbeaten on reaching 40 and Ross Chapman batting at number three looked like heading the same way. That is until a powerful straight drive from John Dedman is deflected by the bowler's foot onto the stumps with Ross just out of his ...
... Which I just learnt. Abel Tasman actually anchored at Golden Bay nearly 130 years before Captain Cook circumnavigated NZ, and put it on the map. Interesting. Our plan of the easy life was sadly delusional, early bedtimes (we were dreaming), but we're altogether, seeing the world, experiencing something we once dreamed of experiencing. And time is ticking.... We'll be basking in the sunshine at home before we know it, so we'll make the most of every single last opportunity that's for ...