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... be going into! So we all piled into the cave, very meticulously, as you had to navigate sideways for the most part and then hoist yourself up into the out cove. It was pretty cool to be in there until we had to get out. There was a very narrow way that you could go through which entailed going down backwards/sideways at first and then halfway down, switching around so that you're sitting on your butt and then turn yourself and laying on your back as you squeeze through a small ...
... with the cut off valve persisted (I.e. it didn't cut off). So back into the airport and a long wait. Eventually we took off 5 hours later then scheduled! We arrived in Bodrum airport in the wee small hours and took quite a while to get bags etc. our arrival at the hotel ( with us more than a little tired and cranky) was not the best as our room was not ready - given ...
... The Tale of Peter Rabbit. William Wordsworth was a nineteenth-century poet. He lived a back to basics lifestyle, appreciated nature, and helped launch the Romantic Age in English literature. One of his most well known works was his poem entitled, "The daffodils". He got inspiration for this poem while taking a stroll near Windermere with his sister Dorothy. The poem started out with,
“I wandered lonely as a cloud
That floats on high ...
... for an hour to get to Juliaca airport. From there we flew an hour and a half to Lima, waited 5 hours in the airport, flew almost 12 hours to Madrid, ran through the airport like lunatics, booked a last minute EasyJet flight to Edinburgh, thought we were going to miss the flight, made the flight, the flight was then delayed and we finally arrived in Edinburgh at 9pm on Friday night. Fortunately I was out cold for most of the 12 hour flight to Madrid - in fact, I don't even ...
... with some of the Scottish postcards and trinkets. After only 5 or 10 minutes of picking up maps and studying his surroundings, Billy struck up a conversation with a local Scottsman who must've been about 70 years old. He found out we were traveling through and had no real plan of action... just wanted to enjoy the landscape. From there, he just started rattling off recommendation after recommendation. From overall tips like buying food and snacks ...
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