The Omega Hotel
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... This is Cats! The longest running broadway show in history- created by Andrew Lloyd Weber.
So to the point, the show started with a rousing number about Cats (obviously) and showed all the actors in their frankly wonderful costumes, and we were thinking to ourselves, excellent, excellent... and then I swear to god there was NO plot!! Seriously, I could barely follow what was going on! It was like ...
... much more organized and had many signs and people everywhere to help you. Security was very fast, all lines went quick, and we made it with plenty of time to eat and sit and wait for the rest of the people to board so we did not have to wait in line very long (we were allowed a lazy moment because we had such busy weekend!). We didn't end up getting home until 2:30 in the ...
... the best place to start. I think I had the best seat in the house!
People started filing in, all the while I was beaming at nothing in particular, bouncing up and down on my front row seat and trying my hardest to resist doing a handstand in the blank area of ground infront of me.
Hardest thing ever!
The people behind me sat down and I had a short discussion with them and then got talking to an usher when she wasn’t busy.
We had ...
... Arak and Dear, tied the knot in Bangkok in a wedding that rivalled many a fairy story or Hollywood film set. I explored Kanchanaburi with the lovely Emily and Mike, who up until meeting up in Bangkok I'd only really ever met up with once a year at the wonderful Larmer Tree!
I have been in love with elephants for as long as I can remember, but our epic family holiday to Sri Lanka a decade ago was a turning point in my adoration for ...
And that’s where I leave you. I had the most amazing
summer, more than I ever thought possible. It was stressful but I learnt so
much, both about these other cultures and countries, but also about myself. All
I can say now is thank you so, so much to all of you who helped me to make this
trip possible. To the University of Portsmouth and Marina Davilla-Ross, who
organised for us to take part on the field course and to work ...