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... refrained to shoot me in the chest multiple times, lucky me.
Seat 32, aisle seat, coach E, East Coast train, bang on 13.15:
The train rolled slowly out of Leeds and I began my gradual journey south. Steve the train conductor announced that the buffet car was situated in coach E and the toilets were in the vestibule areas. He also kindly offered an alternative for those who wished to remain ...
... The locals find it quite comical when all 30 of us meander down the sidewalk dragging all of our luggage. So much for blending in... After checking in at the airport, we had time to relax and get coffee or lunch. Then we boarded the plane for a quick 35 minute flight to Manchester. Once we landed, we grabbed our luggage and, after a quick train ride and a short walk, we arrived ...
... on Tuesday evening and joined just a handful of other diners. The food was good but expensive (by Khao Lak standards anyway) and although we enjoyed being by the water’s edge we didn’t think it would be somewhere we would want to return to.
All traces of the recent rains had gone by Wednesday morning and I awoke to a more normal clear blue sky. Today was to be my last full day in Khao Lak. I called at the office to say farewell to Ken and ...
... br> 5. Square shaped water bottles
6. Keele's fitness program
9. The great weather (though any British person will laugh and say the weather sucks)
10. The friendly people
11. The interesting side walks and streets made of things other then cement
12. Costas coffee
13. The chocolate
There are tons of others things I will probably think of later that ...
... of be like the place where The Beatles were born. Next, we saw the childhood homes of Lennon and McCartney - both homes are now museums. We heard one story of how the owner who purchased the house McCartney lived in actually thought the lyrics he wrote on his bedroom door were just teenage scribbles. After they moved in, the husband sanded and repainted the door. Too bad they didn't realize how much that original door would be worth. I'm sure they could have made a ...