The Warren Lodge Hotel
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... home sickness, the parade was out of this world (or mine at least). There were over a million people there all dancing and laughing and wearing bright colors and representing the islands. A lot of the things that my friends sneered at just made me smile and proved as a reminder me that I come from a culturally rich, beautiful, fun, musical, colorful, amazing place. I should be so proud of that.
... at Kings Park.
4. View from our balcony.
5. Granite skywalk.
6. Sensational heights.
6. Will's domain.
1. A storm ripping the roof of our flats off!
2. Finding a redback spider in the bed on our first night!
Top Five Beaches;
1. Conspicuous Cliffs beach, near Walpole.
2. Little Parakeet Bay, Rottnest Island.
3. Greens Pool, near Denmark.
4. North Cottesloe beach.
5. Bunker ...
... every day I can look at it knowing that one day it will be leaving the house with me... I hope I get over this silly crush thing. I hate to call it that- because to me, it's so much more. Even though it would be blindingly obvious to anyone that it's actually nothing.. Well, to him anyway. I hate falling in ❤️ especially when he isn't single.. I have him to thank for all this though. If something had blossomed between us, I wouldn't be writing this and ...
... first/business class(not sure on the difference still).
Coach was...well it was coach, sat in an exit row, and yeah you get more leg room but I still like normal seating better. At least then you get an armrest on both sides. That was just from Anchorage to Seattle(Mom got upgraded so she at least had first class). Seattle to New York we were all in business. It was pretty standard. Bigger seats free tablets to watch movies on, Frozen was my movie of choice and Michael ...
... and then we, walked to markets. First Pettycoat Lane, which were sparse and wet, and smelled of Indian spice. Then on to the warm undercover Spitalfield Markets, in Whitechapel. These were more to our liking in the grey drizzle. Warm and undercover, with smells of chocolate and sugar, and leather goods. Goods on display included leather bags, T-shirts, coats, fob watches, scarves and toys. The undercover area was glittering with Christmas Fairy ...