Motel 6 Orlando-Winter Park
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... I proposed to Helen there whilst sailing passed on a Cruise bound for the Caribbean via Tenerife. What a soppy old got I am. I do my usual by playing lots of music on my iPod. The flight is a little bumpy at times but it arrives at Orlando on time. Hopefully I'll get through passport control ok and don't have to wait too long for the hotel mini bus. I do believe that the nice manager at the Embassy Suites want to give me ...
... that we visited. She's friendly and very funny, but she can crack the whip when she needs to. "You're five minutes late!" On the bus she gives us regular narration providing background on the places that we're headed to see that day. If you could remember it all, you'd have a college education. And she works with no notes.
To facilitate the narration on walking tours or in crowd situations, she uses a microphone ...
Anyway, left on our own in the broiling heat of the mid-afternoon sun Min and I decided to pop into a nearby restaurant for some refreshing cold drinks.
We were sitting there minding our own business when I spotted this very large man lumbering towards me with a big twisted smile on his face. "Oh, no" I thought. "A nutter. What the hell is he going to do?" I didn't have to wait long to find out.
He stood behind me and put his hand in my shoulder, and I thought ...
... watched a 3D movie/live acting/special effects! It was sorta fun but hurt Nikki's eyes.
We left there and quickly walked through a 'honey I shrunk the kids' playground then went and lined up for the rock and roller coaster, the line was huge! The wait was meant to be 40 mins, It might have taking longer, it was an indoor roller coaster and the theme was Aerosmith. When we finally got into our seats we were scared but somewhat excited!
... be the growing up experience I’ve been missing all this time. This whole crazy thing I’m doing… where I pack up everything important to me and go to some strange place with strange people to experience new and different things… will give me the freedom to do whatever I wish, and most importantly and significantly, find myself, which makes it all worth ...