Value Place Sanford
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... everything out). And because it was the end of the summer season there were hardly any swimming costumes, although I did manage to buy something supremely ugly and a size too big. Lovely. But as I have always told the boys, these people will never see me again, so who cares? And them some bugger went and invented Facebook. So after we arrived back at the hotel we caught a taxi to W&W, resplendent in my overly large swim ...
Day 1!! Well I don't know who will read this blog, or when, or how often I'm going to be able to post pictures/notes/anything I come across on my travels. But when I can, I will! So here's to the big trip. After having saved my money from a year in Tokyo, it soon became clear it's about time to spend some of my hard earned cash! So after not too much deliberation, the idea of a road trip struck me. My route will take me from the ...
... not feature in this area. Each area features buildings which would be found in each individual country, as well as restaurants and stores. Mexico featured a boat ride around Mexican landmarks and a really interesting indoor bazaar. Other countries on display around the lake were Norway, China, Germany, Italy, America, Japan, Morocco, France, the UK and Canada.
Norway was pretty much a promotion for the new Disney film, Frozen. Germany had a ...
... time zip lining, but it was time to leave. Now we had to go home, back to Downingtown. (Hence the name "Zipping HOME") We started driving to Santee again.
The thrill for day was, the van door on the driver side would not close. Sangeetha and Krithika started praying, and their prayers were answered very soon�� and journey continued. We reached Santee at about 8:30 at night. After a homemade noodle dinner, we all fell fast asleep...
... Two of them blew shrieking penny whistles which made your ears bleed on the high notes, two banged side drums, one walloped a bass drum and the final bloke had a pole with a flag on it which he waved around unsteadily.
This last chap was the one who did all the talking, well, shouting. They all marched up to the front of building tootling and banging away, I think the tune was Yankee Doodle Dandy, something like that anyway. Then they stopped and Mr Shouty went ...