The Langham Hotel
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... older looking. Ticket in hand I headed into the information centre. once done in there takes about half and hour or more if you want to read everything. To get up to the sit of Stonehenge you can chose to walk (will take about half an hour) or you can chose to get either the land rover train or the bus which is only a 6 minute ride. You are given a audio guide before you get on the transport wether motor or foot ...
Sunday the 22nd of
September – today I have
caught up with my log for the first time since Tuesday – not an
easy task the day after a wedding, but a good one to have behind me.
breakfast earlier and it is now midday – many of the wedding guests
will join Craig and Ali here for lunch before they leave for their
Maldives honeymoon. We are staying here another night and going to
... br> Sitting in the very comfortable surroundings of the clinic always lightens my mood as the anticipation of our long planned for journey suddenly becomes a reality. The walls are covered with large posters of exotic locations with pristine white beaches, hotels and smiling people looking tanned and fit, sipping cocktails after having snorkeled all day and with the prospect of fine dining to come. ''Wouldn't you just hate to go on a holiday like ...
... don’t know about but I think I can recognise a car park when I see one. This was a rather ugly partially enclosed area behind several commercial properties with white lines painted on the ground delineating a number of car-sized areas. There was a car parked in one of them that wasn’t mine and mine was in another. There were also a couple of larger plots outlined in orange paint with the universally recognised wheelchair symbol used to identify parking spaces reserved ...
... with challenges ranging from driving and
maintaining the expedition vehicle to a high standard, to organising visas and border crossings, arranging accommodation,
pre-booking some excursions and guides, helping with shopping and cooking as well as finding the best deals, socializing and
making sure everything runs as smoothly as possible. While our crew are experienced and knowledgeable they are not tour
guides as such. Our trips pass through many countries and our ...