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... pier-from-high-up-selfie whilst trying not to rock it. Oh, and of course there's the option to buy photos and keyrings of you and your mates/family/imaginary friend on the way out to remember that time you spent £8 to look at a lot of water and roofs. #14: SEA LIFE Centre. Firstly, book in advance online or you'll need to remortgage your house in order to afford it. ...
... were more than happy to accommodate us. I was so excited as I had only been to Eastern and Southern Africa but never to the West so Ghana was somewhere that I hadn't even been close to. We decided it was a great idea and booked our flights! As we got closer to our departure date a lot of people questioned our choice of destination, telling us that we were very silly and that we were going to catch Ebola etc... It was very frustrating as ...
... to go to the Co-op (grocery store on campus) and get ice cream! It turns out that the food in England sucks including the ice cream. Which is why it it ridiculous when a pint of ice cream cost 5 pounds. Instead we bought microwave cake things and decided to share with Jorge.***Side Note: The way we retrieve each other from our rooms is hilarious. Mariana and I just bang on each others windows and scare the **** out of the other. When we ...
... with me every time I saw something cool. Now
the tour was great (thanks again Michelle) but the gift shop was just
overwhelming. There was everything and if I would have had my way I would have
walked out with a wand, a Gryffindor scarf, some Quidditch robes, a golden
snitch, some chocolate frogs and Bertie Botts every flavour bean. But I didn’t,
someone talked me out of it so I ended up with a postcard and Nick got a
magnet. On the bus on ...
... With a crepe in the hand and no time to waste we were off to check out the famous 'Choccywoccydooda' shop, where they film themselves making amazing cakes. Something I used to watch a bit when I was back in NZ.
Seeing the shop window display for myself was a pretty cool experience, especially when I had seen it through the eye of the camera every other time. ...