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... we've traveled, sports, cars, and finally, Elvis Presley. We concluded our ride with a nice 20 minute jam session to the King. Upon arriving at the airport, I casually strolled up to the business class counter, strutting as if I had traveled business cl************ life (kidding), placed my suitcases on the scale and alas, both were overweight. Now, I'm not going to blame Cassie's 15lb pea coat, but...you know. I offered to pay the difference but 9 ...
... City, then we're moving into Cambodia and ending up back in Bangkok to go south through the islands. Crossing the border into Malaysia, we'll be going into Kuala Lumpur and Singapore before flying down to Australia in mid March.
March / April - Australasia
We begin in Melbourne with some old friends and fly North to Cairns and the Great Barrier Reef. Next up is Fraser Island where we meet Edd's twin ...
... alley, we suddenly found ourselves in the middle of the Main Street of Chester, decked out in fluorescent Christmas lights, vaguely resembling snow. The people bustling every which way, as well as the talented busker playing loud music on the footpath created an atmosphere like no other. It was amazing to stand and simply take in all that Chester Main Street had to offer. One of the unique aspects of Chester is that the shops are two storey, with a walk way covering ...
... room and headed to the bar downstairs. That bar was closing- it was not even 7pm, but i did get a drink – one of their old specials – the pan galactic gargle blaster, then after that drink, went to a Weatherspoons for dinner – i had steak. It was nice. After dinner i went to the cavern club again, had a drink there, listened to the live music, stayed for a bit, then left and walked around the area before heading to the hostel and reading before bed.
... travels, (saved me up to £100 there! :)) which is 60L and looks quite big to be honest. I need to find combination locks for the compartments as I will be staying in hostels and unfortunately you get people mooching stuff from you. The same friend who has lent me the backpack had her laptop and even her passport stolen in a hostel ten days before she was due to fly home. I think she had to go to the British Embassy over there to sort it out. I suppose ...