The White Hart Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to the other side of the hall to use their machine. Finally we got through with 20 minutes until the flight was to leave, so we power walked to the gate - to find boarding had not yet started! According to the pilot once we were in the air, the gate had been changed because the hydraulics at the original gate had broken down. After that I was pleased the rest of the flight was uneventful. I did have a small win on the flight. I have a weird ...
... in Toronto. I had managed to formulate a process by which a combination of sleep deprivation, a double dose of Diazepam and alcohol would have me asleep before the plane even lifted off and by tinkering with the numbers I could make this last for the entire flight. Perfect......well not really because Diazepam usually leaves you feeling weary and even disorientated for some considerable time afterwards. By the way Doctors do prescribe very low dosages for the fear of flying, I'm ...
... private lounge would be included in the cost of the room but "funnily enough" when I checked in that wasn't the case. In the end they agreed to give me the WiFi and breakfast so I made the most of it. I am currently sitting in the reception area waiting for my mini cab to pick me up and take me to the next adventure - The St. Giles budget hotel in Feltham. Watch this space!! Well I am now in my little single ...
... t have long in transit but both took the opportunity to have a shower. Our problem was that we didn't get our big suitcases back in London so only had the clothes we were wearing and no toilet bags - but at least we were clean at skin level and felt a million times better!!
There was a delay in the plane leaving Singapore - can't remember what that one was for - so we sat on the tarmac for an hour before taking off. But once again ...
... new hostel provided a whole new group of people that we had the opportunity to meet and interact with. Even spending a few days with them, we were able to create special relationships with people who we probably will never see again! All of the people that I met during this trip have made just as much of an impact as the cities and places I visited. Being able to talk to people who have a completely different culture is so neat, and it really opens your eyes to the rest of the world ...