Travelodge Watford Central
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... the journey was fairly uneventful (unlike the last couple of times I've flown to India and had eventful flights!).
Arrival in Dubai for 6 hours 45 mins then onwards to Delhi and early too!
I had a little man (he really was tiny) waiting for me with my name sign and everything wow thing work out here! Arrival at the hotel was weird the little man brought me to a hotel that looked very swish and I was like I don't think this is the ...
... Island ice tea which during happy hour was £4.50 or about $8.10 Australian. They were quite big so I didn't have to many and considering they went up to $16 AUD after happy hour it wasn't cheap. Come 2230hr I'm feeling the jet lag hit big time I can barely stay awake so graham and I hit another cab and head back to the hotel room. So not a real eventful day or evening, things seem to be slowing down. Bed time ...
... choice but to keep in touch with her for ever!!
On our way up to Scotland we had a short stopover in York. Shane and I were there 12yrs ago and remember it being such a beautiful city, surrounded with the old wall. We weren't disappointed. We managed to fit in a visit to the Jovic Centre which shows the history of the Vikings. Something Jessi is very interested in. Then to The Lake District.
Onwards to Scotland...do you think it might be a little warmer??
... 72nd floor, which was open to sky giving one the feel and chill of the winter wind. It gave a panoramic view of London upto 40 miles. The view was breathtaking, especially when we saw the sun setting and slowly all the lights being switched on till it was pitch black. The city shined with glittering lights acting as diamonds. The view was comparable to that from the Eiffel Tower in Paris, only that the city was a perfect mix of modern and traditional. From the top we ...
... at Keswick. The latter was something I had always wanted to try, and it was great fun! At the adventure center where the archery took place, I also got to partake in something I personally found quite hilarious: a coin operated soup machine! For 50 pence you got a small cup of mediocre hot soup. Really weird. After all the fun and games were over, we headed into Carlisle, where we were staying the night. We all had a hankering for Thai food, so we headed to the only Thai ...