The White Horse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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Today I woke up late again, even though we hadn't planned anything. Because Samantha had homework to do, we thought we would leave her in silence, so she can concentrate. So Uncle Sean and Aunty Nicky went out getting things ready for dinner tonight. Mum, ...
... famous outside of London) and ample shops. However, it is a bit of a bubble, being so small and the residents all being of the same frame of mind, shall we say... But it's where my ma lives and she's happy there. That's what's important. It was good to just chill out for a few days, but I was up in London every other day, catching up with ...
... center, an information center dedicated to the famous Welsh poet who lived a crazy life and died young. It was then on to beaches and rugged coastline! We stopped at Langland Bay to take in a section of the coastal walk that covers the entire coastline of Wales. We walked from Langland Bay to Caswell Beach, taking in scenery that reminded me strongly of the Great Ocean Road. After devouring some Welsh cakes (little white cakes with raisins in thing) it was back on the ...
... Special. It was a baked potato, with Brie cheese, and bacon. As you have probably noticed this was not a day I watched what I ate. After dinner the ending of the Truman Show, which was on television. At 21:20 Tallie dropped me off at the Lansing train station, where I caught a shuttle bus to the Brighton train station; due to no trains running between Lansing and Brighton. In Brighton I caught the 22:02 train to London. I arrived back in London at 23:20. I then needed ...
Thought a few of you may appreciate a few lines every now and then as I embark on a "Who Do You Think You Are?" journey of a life-time to South Africa. You may need the background story first, otherwise no future posts will make much sense....
In brief (for those of you who don't yet know the story), my father was adopted as a baby and never knew anything about his roots ...