The Bower Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and places to eat. Went for a little walk along the river and back, had lunch then lined up to get back up the railway. People watching is a great pastime here. Quite disturbing the number of grossly overweight people, number of infirm, including young ones and non active people. Virtually every second person has one or two dogs and they are allowed everywhere, including in restaurants. They had to pay £1 to take each one up the railway. There were three dogs on our trip ...
... and poor Laura was basically shoved in the foot well once again as she was the smallest. We turned up at this waterfall and it was safe to say it was a disappointment. The lady in the shop said they will wait for us in the car for no matter how long it takes ... No bloody wonder as it took us about 10 minutes to see this waterfall. We couldn't even swim in the damn water so we could only take a photo. After the amount of research we had ...
... unusual, yet interesting massage I have ever had. I would definitely have one again. I would like to say Betty next to me would have one again but she sounded like a strangled cat half the time as her lady was double the weight of mine and Betty seemed to be having a tough time with her. That afternoon we experienced our first tropical storm in Thailand as the heavens opened. It didn't last long mind, by the time we had taken our stuff ...
... as though the boot had opened. And every time we were trying to explain to the taxi driver (in between hysterical laughter) the taxi driver just started joining in and hysterically laughing too, eventually we realised that the boot was shut and our bags were not going to fall out of the taxi mid motorway to the airport. Eventually we made it to the airport and ready to start the next chapter of our ...
... been looking out material from her mothers material, for me. She also has photographs.
The internet really has been wonderful as far as family research is concerned. I heard about Paula from Neil Fletcher, Western Australia; a South African Fletcher who I have been communicating with via the internet for several years. You just have to be careful that you check the sources as the internet can also lead to repetition of incorrect information and it can be difficult to correct.