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... Some of the marketing gardens are also found in the neighbouring communities of Devon Meadows and Clyde.
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The city provides a famous as well as modern commercial centre which eventually lines the boulevard of High Street along with including the enriching shopping centre in the name of Cranbourne Park Shopping Centre.
The town is also well known for exuding ...
... at the check at in Iceland said she couldn't book us through to Dubai, we had to line up for at least 30 minutes to leave the airport to pick our bags up to go back into the terminal and check in. At least it means that we have now actually been to England had lunch there in the open and then scurried back inside.
Our flight to Dubai was a bit moviish and a bit napish. Yolande was watching the Indian guy in the seat in front of us watching porn on his phone with his ...
... toward Windsor and Eton. My mind was blown today at Windsor Castle. It's the first time I've been inside the castle itself having only ever visited the village in a previous life. I have to say the Brits do tourism really well. It was the same yesterday at the Tower of London... Walking through what is essentially a museum but doesn't actually feel like a museum. The Windsor castle staterooms were amazing. Just so ...
... Matilda is a very strange show, but we thoroughly enjoyed it. The cast is mostly children and boy are they talented. I mean very young children. A lot of them and they are quite young--like 9 or ten. I spoke with a crew member as we were leaving and he told me that they have a team of 29 children that rotate in and out of performances. There are four different Matildas and Bruces. He ...
... dance to salsa and drink mojitos. I don't like cigars, I can't dance salsa but hell I'm going to to my best to make a cliche of myself if it's the last thing I do. I hope it's not because the next place I'd go is...
the Inca Trail in Cusco to Machu Picchu, Peru. 2nd because I'd have to get fit first and because rumours are that it might not be accessible forever. I've seen pictures ...