- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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This trip is the accumulation of 2 years worth of planning, saving, drunken conversations and countless hours of day dreaming.
In 11 days we will be escaping the 9-5 and will start our 9 month trip visiting the Indian sub-continent, South East Asia and South America. The final countdown ...
We woke up this morning to thick heavy rain. Under the grey clouds, the city transformed into a somber grey concrete jungle, abandoned apart from the odd wet colourless car. We walked through the park alone at 10am to meet Amy and Aaron for brunch, but after five minutes walk we were soaked so called it off till the afternoon. We cooked ourselves an omelette at home and dried off. ...
... XI led by Shane Warne in a 50 overs match. A tour group was leaving just as we arrived so we forked out our 18 pound each and joined them. The tour was directed by a man dressed in a blazer with a short sleeve shirt and a tie whom on the hot day only removed his jacket once leaving the members pavilion. I'm sure he could have given me the extras total from a test played in 1867 (he knew his stats.) At one point an Indian man who was a pest throughout the tour had told our ...
... worth much more than that one day. How long before I can actually cash that in for big bucks? Well, let's see....hmmm...it'll likely be a good 50 years before Prince George becomes King George, if not more. Where will I be......waaaaiiiit a minute...I'll be dead before it has any real value". So I did what any sane person would do and ducked under the que guide and dropped it on a shelf nearby. But I didn't leave empty handed...I found some licorice in the candy store. Yup, ...
... The following breakfast time, I was idly flipping through a travel magazine and saw an article about Ruta 40 in Argentina. It sounded interesting, a bit edgy (in modern parlance) and seemed like an idea which should be turned into reality sooner rather than later. In the initial stages, Lin wasn't too keen on the idea - at least not as keen as me and threw in a number of objections. It was a long way away, the language barrier, ...