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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... idea at the time... .
And for those of you thinking what we were thinking...
Shades of Bali and the Green School.
Bali - a higher mozzie count but much lower in crime. More likely to be killed or injured on a motor bike than by an ice-crazed beach dweller.
Hmmm....About equal in nastiness.
Bali - snakes. Hilo - snake free.
But then there's a pretty active volcano and VOG (volcanic smog as I found ...
... hour flight, but it was probably the best flight I've ever had! Once we landed, it took forever to get through passport control, but once I was through I collected my bag almost immediately and made my way through to arrivals. I saw mum, gave her a big hug and started to cry! It was so good to see her and I was happy to be home, despite leaving all the adventure ...
... outside table and chairs and BBQ, and lawn with flowering garden, lavender, clematis, forget me knots and a beautiful yellow leafed deciduous tree in back corner. Got settled and enjoyed a cuppa and tea cake (provided) out in sunshine..before off to checkout the village...local church, houses, park with flying fox, then down to pub...where Nick and Anna were already engrossed in a new game of Bar Billiards with a pint. Lovely local pub The New Inn, quite ...
... narrow boats and walkers, and are important for wildlife conservation.
For the stretch we walked, the canal was dug into the hillside with the Avon River flowing below, here not being suitable for navigation.
We joined lots of other walkers, dogs, cyclists and joggers along the tow path to the next village, Avoncliff. The canal crosses the River Avon here via an aqueduct. We stopped for a coffee at the 17th century Cross Guns pub, which has a beer garden right down to ...
... was already in the lock. I had to open the first gate and it was really, really light. Then the boats came in and we had to shut the gates. Then we had to open the gates at the front just a little bit until the water went out. Then I had to help open them a lot so the boats to go through. Then I went to the other side because there were too many kids on the side I was on. And I helped the lady pull it closed. It was really heavy. Then I went home and I ...