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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we were all cheering ourselves, then made our way down. Felt great,and joined my amigos for some lunch and a well earned drink. We then did some shopping for Uggs then the day got even better folks!! We walked up George street and went into a bar which is very popular and busy and George went to purchase our drinks whilst Annette and I sat at a seat looking onto the pavement. George arrived back with the drinks and looking very furtive he whispered out of the corner of his mouth ...
... for our gorge walk. We got suited up in our old clothes, waterproof gear, and stylist helmets. We followed our guides about a mile through the fields and up a hill to find the gorge. We walked, splashed, crawled, dunked, jumped, showered, and climbed our way through the gorge. It was the hardest thing so e of the delegates have ever done- their words, not mine. In the end, everyone ...
... than to return home. I had been made aware that if the parasite travelled to my liver, I really would be in trouble. We woke up on Thursday morning and after another (useless) phone call with our insurance company, we decided to book a flight home for that day. We had a thirty hour journey from Puno in Peru back to Edinburgh in Scotland. We left Puno at 9.30am on Thursday. There were more protests in Puno (see, recurring theme) so we had to bounce through farmland in a shabby ...
... golf club - needless to say my father and I are underdressed.
Like that matters! I wish I hadn't forgot my camera so I could document for you the hilarious evening. We are surrounded by glasses of scotch and their corresponding Scotsfolk, all yammering at the English (onscreen) to up and finally lose their place in Eurocup (they did). As the night progresses I find myself growing more used to the brogue - I ...
... night and we yakked away for over 2 hours. He buys a share in companies, attends share holders meetings then informs minor holders theyre due payouts. He says he gets high class junk mail from this eg a miniature taxi cab cos he owned a share in the company that makes cabs.
This morning we drove out to Woodside cemetery . We had a fair idea where Gran's grave ...