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... Except for accents and you have to be careful of crossing roads. LH drive Everyone on the wrong side of the road!
Hotel very comfortable. Fat food, pancakes, bread, cakes for breaky.American brewed coffee.
Every-one seems friendly.DISASTER STRIKES....Pam loses handbag Thinks she left at airport.
Lucky no money no cards ...just makeup, jewelry and charger for tablet. Now she needs one...a tablet to take.!
Taxis expensive.Drove to ...
... br> Here guests appreciate unrivalled 360s of the Southern Alps, central Christchurch, the Pacific Ocean and the quaint harbour town of Lyttleton, cushioned tidily behind the crater rim. No one ever had complaints regarding it beauty. There’s also a possibility to travel around the metamorphic early stages of South Island’s unique volcanic topography, with a journey to the immersive Time Tunnel display that can ...
... of his work and that is Molly Malone's.
While Neil and most of the regulars are all gone now, the legacy remains. For Neil painted regulars and iconic persons of Irish heritage, and very many of these paintings adorn the walls of Molly Malone's to this day. A darkish well worn Irish Pub with the air of a beat up beer parlour, the grand portrait of "Molly Malone" herself, which once hung proudly over the center of the bar, has been moved ...
Day 3: Six Flags Magic Mountain
Day 3 was hot (as per usual, at 30 + degrees C) - which was somewhat to be expected, considering it rains something like 25 times in a year. We spent the day at Six Flags, a rollercoaster park outside of the city.
The best rides were the X2 (where the seats rotate 360 degrees on their axis and you ride backwards), the Tatsu (seats were rotated 90 degrees forward so ...
... trouble sleeping the night before and had only zonked out completely at 8 am.
“Kyle, I’m jet lagged.”
I was immediately transported back to a year ago where Roy experienced jet lag for well over two weeks. Personally I don’t know how this is possible, but I feared this would happen again, unless Roy stayed active during the day. I flipped on the light switch and enthusiastically announced, “RISE AND ...