The Warren Lodge Hotel
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... 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 ...
... so made good use of the time visiting the Imperial War Museum - we hadn't been before and it was worth the visit, very timely given the WW1 Centenary. Very poignant, humbling and moving, providing necessary perspective on the 'frustrations' of the Indian Visa process, piffle in unworthy comparison to what our people endured and suffered for country and freedom.
Today we flew on a 13 hour flight from Singapore to Zurich. We tried to sleep but we're constantly awakened by a crying baby and annoying kid sitting behind us on the plane. When we arrived at Zurich at 6 o'clock in the morning we rushed threw security to get to our adjoining flight to London. The one hour flight was delayed and we had to circle around London for half an hour waiting for the fog to clear. Once we arrived in London it was 9am (in London) ...
... we got in we thought we wouldnt never find anyone else but luckily we did right away! At one point Hayley and I were on top of a stage dancing which was a blast! Finally Benny came on and Kate, Hayley and I went straight to the front. I was happy that we went, saw Benny benassi from like a couple feet away and had a great night. I got to sleep around 5 and set my alarm for 8:45 since Dom and I were going to do the London Eye and see Big Ben the ...
... itself through my career and especially after I realized that teaching IS what I am meant to do (which I discovered when I was volunteer teaching in Kenya, with the adults). I have had some opportunities to really focus on girls in science through Operation Minerva and really being a role model for my female students. Now I am teaching in an all-girls school. Still, I am searching now for a way to really do this... In a third world country... particularly in South America... So... ...