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Into the bar, and found ourselves a spot. Just under 2 hours to kickoff so had the traditional couple of pints pre-match. Prices were actually quite reasonable by Adelaide standards. £4 for a pint (a ...
Most northerly point: Beijing, China (though technically our starting point, the UK, is at a higher latitude!)
Most southerly point: Punta Arenas, Chile
Number of nights: 365
Number of different beds: 140 (+15 overnight bus/train/boat)
Different forms of transport: 28 (foot, bike, electric bike, motorbike, bike taxi, quad bike, horse, horse and cart, golf buggy, tuktuk, songthaew, car, truck, minibus, bus, train, raft, kayak, ...
... class option we were given Immigration Fast Track cards, meaning we could bypass all the crowds. Wrong! Considering the general public had fourteen staff members working on their counters and we had only two, it actually meant we were penalised! After another long wait for luggage, I headed out to the Heathrow bus terminal.
I'm never a fan of taking buses anywhere in the world as they don't have the ease of a metro but fortunately myself and a lady who ...
Today is the official start day of our adventure. It has
been a mix of blunders and a lot of luck. We were delayed for an hour in
Boston, which almost made us miss our flight to Iceland. The bus bringing us to
the correct terminal arrived just as we got to the bus stop though. Once there,
the airline admins at Icelandair helped us bypass the MASSIVE security line and
make our flight (just barely). We met some pretty cool ...
... dusk. The city of London is a surreal blend between unparalleled historical significance and breathtaking contemporary architecture. Gravity-defying modern skyscrapers with nicknames such as "The Walkie-Talkie", "The Cheese Grater", "The Gherkin" and "The Shard" (currently Europe's tallest structure) cast shadows over seemingly less impressive structures whose timeless relevance shines as bright as these oddly named architectural feats stand tall. This gap between ...