The New Inn
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... At the start I wondered if this was a bit of a high-school production, but it did lift pretty quickly. It was just most of the songs that let it down .. and when you’re presenting a musical, it’s a little bit important to get the songs right. Still, it wasn’t a waste of time by any means, it was worth seeing, it just feels like the music could do with a bit of work.
We caught up with Steve & Michael for a ...
... year old. This meant that there was some partying and clubbing and stuff but it was just the right amount for my liking. People say that Contiki is all about partying and getting as drunk as you can, but then I think if your drunk the next day then you are probably not truly enjoying what the country you are visiting has to offer, and you may not even remember what you have seen because you're so hungover. The activities that we did as part of the ...
We are on our way! We are in the Admiral Club, the American Airline lounge at O’Hare airport in Chicago, awaiting the plane to take us to Heathrow in London and on to our final destination via British Airways to Geneva, Switzerland. Would you believe it will be in the mid 80’s and no rain during the day and 60’s at night the whole 6 days we are in that beautiful mountainous country. No humidity I’m thinkin’.
The purpose of our voyage, which ...
... one of my friends has not been there yet. We found some good things that were moderately priced! Today was a weirdly long day. I had my Internship interview, which went great! Tina, my advisor, seemed to really like me. Betty Barclay is actually based out the Germany, so in the UK there are very few workers. They all seem to be very sweet and excited to have more help. I will be working front desk as an administrator. I ...
... including ducks and flamingos, on top of a 7 storey building. We enjoyed a wonderful meal of cod, salads and even an order of "triple fried chips". We learned from last year's meal at the Shard. No £4 bottle of water for us.... it was "tap" all the way this time!! We were so full we skipped dessert and just headed back to the hotel to get packed up and ready for another day of travel tomorrow. Dublin, here we ...