The Park Street Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... the Police force and it was very hard for me even with me miming and speaking in broken English to get my point across. The first officer I approached, had his shirt untucked and decided to **** as I was about to speak to him. It was kind of a reflex action I think as I approached and I thought to myself "Yep I definitely have got the man who shall blow the case wide open here"
I had to sit next to the holding cells for all the prostitutes and thieves they had rounded up ...
... enemy aircraft which was reported on the NW side of Ceylon (Sri Lanka). After the aircraft became airborne, around 50 feet, the starboard engine failed where the aircraft spun to the right and unfortunately into Coconut Trees; the Blenheim was carrying 4 X 250lb bombs. Most were killed on board with some survivors. I laid down three Poppies for these boys - Lest We Forget.
The Commonwealth War Cemetery is well-kept; nice local ...
Thursday 26th - well the day has arrived! We seem to be very disorganised! A first for us and we can't work out why! Whether it has been so long coming but neither of us seem to be "in the groove"! Murray Retallack and Auntie Shirl arrive to pick us up at 12 noon as we are slotted to board at 1pm. We leave home about 12.20 - just as well he is not a taxi! We arrived at Fremantle about 1.20 and are sent straight into the luggage area and on up the stairs! Not much time for ...
The first time we visited Sri Lanka it was less than 18 months after the 2004 Tsunami and the Tamil Tigers were still in control of a substantial part of the Island. Despite these fairly major factors we had a fantastic holiday, one that we have often talked about. We were looking forward to seeing how things have changed since 2006. The modern International Terminal at Colombo was the first thing we noticed and as ...
... dive computer, external hard drive, charging cables, audio recorder . . . everything) to run them through separately. When I finally got through, I headed to the shops to spend the last of my India Rupees before getting on the plane. I spotted Randy at the gate as I passed, but he was looking away. I wandered around, spending my money on snacks, and was spending the last of my cash when I heard my name on the loudspeaker asking me to report to my gate. I looked at my watch. I ...