- for all those looking to spend beach holidays in srilankaSri Lanka, once not so very popular, is now one of the most well-known tourist destinations which the tourists look for. There can be myriad reasons for this but one of the most talked about reasons is related to Posted by JohnCyprus in Tailormade Holidays | Mar 10, 2014
- Excursion to Stonehenge and Bath!Saturday was a wonderful, and remarkable, turnaround from the drudgery of the previous few days. I woke up at 6 am to the sounds of birds chirping outside my window and the sight of clear, sunny skies. After quickly getting Posted by lydias.grace in Lydia Goes to London | Mar 7, 2014
- 2/16 - 2/21 - A Series of Unfortunate DaysSunday started even earlier than Saturday. Beginning with a quick goodbye to Mabel over breakfast at 7:30 am, I napped for another hour before seeing Sammy off to her class. I then spent the rest of the morning Posted by lydias.grace in Lydia Goes to London | Mar 5, 2014
- 1/15 - Big Ben, Bollywood, and Best Friends!Saturday morning, though lazy, was punctuated by a few early morning disruptions. First was my alarm clock, accidentally set for 6 am rather than 6 pm (I had intended to take a nap the evening before) which roused a Posted by lydias.grace in Lydia Goes to London | Mar 4, 2014
- 2/14 - Valentine's Day in LondonHappy Valentine's Day! Though I was single as single can be, spending Single's Awareness Day in London in the company of best friends, good food, and fun clubs ended up being the perfect way to ward off the loneliness that Posted by lydias.grace in Lydia Goes to London | Mar 3, 2014
- Maiden Voyage Alone Part IIThe next day began with the Bronte Parsonage Museum, previously the Brontes' house from 1820-1861. Sad life really, especially for Patrick Bronte who had to see all his children and wife die, one by one. The museum was filled with Posted by starcrossedsole in oywiththepoodlesalready | Mar 2, 2014
- Maiden Voyage Alone Part IAt first, I was kinda resistant towards this whole online diary hoopla - usually I just keep a travel journal - but blogging does alleviate the trouble of having to whataspp pictures/messages to every single person I try to keep Posted by starcrossedsole in oywiththepoodlesalready | Mar 2, 2014
- And so it begins...However it doesn't really feel like I'm off in 'THE BIG ADVENTURE' quite yet. Picking Charlotte up this morning, then having to leave her at the airport and saying goodbye to mum and dad; I feel more sad and contemplative Posted by SAlou in The Big South America Adventure | Feb 28, 2014
- 2/13 - Winning Women = Winning DayThursday, 13/2 (to use the British notation) was a wonderful day that was busy beyond belief. From fascinating lectures to fast runs to financial conferences to friends, it certainly ranks among one of the best days in London thus far.
The Posted by lydias.grace in Lydia Goes to London | Feb 27, 2014
- 2/12 - An Insignificant, Mundane, Uneventful Day Wednesday was, as far as our time in London is concerned, an unremarkable day. Beginning with a lecture on the history of Monetary Policy in the UK, the day passed by uneventfully. The majority of the time was spent preparing Posted by lydias.grace in Lydia Goes to London | Feb 27, 2014
- 2/11 - A Deepwinter Night's DreamTuesday morning's class began at a bright and early 10 am. Finding that I am more productive in the early mornings, I woke up at 7:45 am to both finish the reading and make a delicious breakfast of Twinning's Black Posted by lydias.grace in Lydia Goes to London | Feb 27, 2014
- Finally catching up! Wednesday, 26 Feb Field trip & Headingley
This morning was my first field trip for the semester, to Headingley Water Treatment Plant, about 10-15 minutes up the road from uni. I actually miscalculated and ended up leaving too late, but Posted by jessicahs in journey to the celtic sea | Feb 26, 2014
- 2/10 - The Beginning of a Busy WeekMonday began as a generally normal day. Our weekly Economics of the European Union class began at 11 am. After an interesting lecture discussing the theoretical models of mobile labor and capital, and how the theoretical models have stood up Posted by lydias.grace in Lydia Goes to London | Feb 26, 2014
- 6 weeks to gowow ok so blogging..hmm this is something new..i probably should apologise in advance for any nonsensical or completely random crap that i might spout on here -in my defence i am going to blame in advance the heat, the stupid Posted by louisebenn in my own little vuelta de espana | Feb 24, 2014
- 2/8 - 2/9 - Bright Brighton, Where the Adventures ContinueSaturday morning dawned bright and early despite the fullness of the previous day. Eager to explore the City of Brighton more than we had during our first day, we established an exciting agenda over breakfast. First, we decided to take Posted by lydias.grace in Lydia Goes to London | Feb 23, 2014
- 2/7 - Bright Brighton!It was a dark and stormy night…
But actually, that's exactly what our arrival in Brighton was like on Thursday. We got off the bus and walked straight into a windy ocean storm of massive proportions. Our 30 minute walk from Posted by lydias.grace in Lydia Goes to London | Feb 23, 2014
- Strolling about in Stratford-upon-Avon [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/648194/IMG_5555.jpg thumb=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/6481 Posted by jessicahs in journey to the celtic sea | Feb 22, 2014
- Hold the phone... We re coming home!Where have the last 18 months gone...
12 countries, 38 scuba dives, 100s of mosquito bites, over 8000 photos, 1 camera (despite the boat accident), hangliding, tree houses, African elephants, manta rays, surfing, zip wiring through the jungle, temples, Posted by doyledan in There and Back Again........ | Feb 20, 2014
- Leaving the SnowSabrina suggested a title for a blog of 'we're not on a Stone Raft' but since I'm reading, and quite enjoying, “Seeing,” by Jose Saramago, I decided to use a bit of the last sentence of the first chapter.
We're Posted by SurfFromConst in The Others ... Were Blank | Feb 18, 2014
- 2/6 - Busy, Busy DayThursday morning began even earlier than Wednesday. Having stayed out late the previous night, I still had 2/3 of a book to finish. Fortunately, my speed-reading skills returned in full force and I was able to finish "Where Does Money Posted by lydias.grace in Lydia Goes to London | Feb 16, 2014
- 2/5 - An [Economics] Education Desperately needing to catch up on my economics readings (an entire book entitled Where Money Comes From was due to be read by Thursday), I woke up bright and early on Wednesday morning to complete some of said reading. Working Posted by lydias.grace in Lydia Goes to London | Feb 16, 2014
- VISA'sThe realisation of this trip is more evident when you read our list of countries that we will be travelling through.......
[float=left][img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/563256/WristbandBlue150px.jpg thumb=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/563256/thu Posted by TeamScrumptious in Mongolia 2014 (chasing the dream) | Feb 13, 2014
- 2012 D8 OCEAN PRINCESS - DOVER & LONDON===AND FINALLY, THE END OF THE CRUISE & DISEMBARK IN DOVER...===
===WAS IT A GOOD VOYAGE - OH YES.===
===THE TRIP STARTED WITH THE SAFARI IN TANZANIA WHICH WAS FA Posted by hasbeen in MOSTLY CRUISING | Apr 16, 2012
- 2/4 - Oh, Happy Day!Tuesday morning dawned bright and far too early after Monday night's late turn-in. After finishing the readings for the morning's classes, Nimra and I made our way to class at 10:30. Classes started with a lecture from Prof. Michl about Posted by lydias.grace in Lydia Goes to London | Feb 11, 2014
- 2/3 - A Lazy(ish) DayWith the Super Bowl ending at a yawn-inducing 3:45 am (London time) and the morning's classes cancelled, Monday's beginnings were the epitome of laziness. Initially, Miri and I had planned to go to the Museum of National History bright and Posted by lydias.grace in Lydia Goes to London | Feb 11, 2014