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... of which while so tasty, gave me dreadful indigestion. Thank goodness Frank had some good old Rennie's tablets!
George, Lorna and the boys came back along to Mums and we all had coffee there and then had to start our first round of farewells - always a bit of a struggle but I think we're also quite comfortable with the knowledge that it won't usually be too long till at least a couple of us next get ...
... to mention, while you're on your back to get through this hole, you have to turn your head to the right, otherwise you wouldn't be able to fit through. That's how small we're talking. Wow... so as some of the brave were attempting this challenge, I was unsure if I wanted to go back out the way we came in or attempt it. Well this one guy went down a couple before me and basically freaked out and thought he was stuck in the hole part and couldn't move. Yeah, that was great... right ...
... for the night, Spaj went & asked for suggestions at the local pub, they informed Spaj Sterling accommodation was very expensive it would be best to stay 10 minutes out of town. So we headed to Bannockburn where we found The Whitehouse B&B for £59 with a hot cooked breakfast & next door to a pub. Wendy the owner showed us to our room, the rooms were cosy with each having its own ensuite, tea, coffee & biscuit facilities in your ...
... nights in each hotel, which meant the cases were never really unpacked! All in all our hotels were very good - some better than others - some more expensive than others. The cheapest was in Hue at £28 per night, including our breakfast, the most expensive in Rio at £250, but it did have an incredible view from the balcony, plus it also had the best breakfast spread.
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... let me know that everything was going ahead as initially planned. So after finally getting the weight of my suitcase down under my baggage limit, septuple-checking I had my passport and all my necessary travel documents, and saying another emotional farewell to my other sister, we headed off for the airport.
And at the airport, it felt so real.
I was a little OTT in my estimation of how early I had to be at the airport for - meaning I had a ...