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  • Juniper GreenOur first morning after our long flight.I can say we slept really well. Had a quick cuppa then got dressed and had a lovely morning walk along the Waters of Leigh at Juniper Green.Grey squirrels running across our path and up Posted by Linda-Richard in Scotland | Apr 18, 2019
  • Videos The opening act, couldn’t load a longer one? Spurs 1 v Gunners 1 Posted by khaimah2019 in Canada-UK-Indian and back | Apr 7, 2019
  • Delhi and beyond Ok folks this will my final post, although I will post some of the videos that wouldn’t download because of slow download speeds. We arranged for Dilip our Posted by khaimah2019 in Canada-UK-Indian and back | Apr 3, 2019
  • The Taj Mahal and Fort Breakfast was requested at 7:30 for an early start but it seemed to get lost in translation. We still managed to get something and meet Dalip our driver at 8: Posted by khaimah2019 in Canada-UK-Indian and back | Mar 31, 2019
  • The Red Fort or not? After mastering the intricacies of Uber, getting it loaded on the tablet, still not sure how I did it with a UK phone number for verification, using it with c Posted by khaimah2019 in Canada-UK-Indian and back | Mar 30, 2019
  • Day 2 Delhi The visit to the Red Fort being a bust some souvenirs became more of a priority although Gail has accumulated an assortment of pieces of bamboo that she think Posted by khaimah2019 in Canada-UK-Indian and back | Mar 30, 2019
  • Travel & Paint Our brief description Travel Company "Travel & Paint" was established in 2018 as a, fully licensed, travel agency in Tbilisi, Georgia. At Travel & Paint, we believe that the focus should be the richness of e Posted by travelandpaint in Travel & Paint | Mar 25, 2019
  • The last India leg Ok we’re on the road again, the taxi arrived at 8:00 as did breakfast a combination of softly fried eggs, fruit, a very crunchy cereal and cream, and coffee. Posted by khaimah2019 in Canada-UK-Indian and back | Mar 24, 2019
  • Good bye Sikkim This will be our last full day in Sikkim, it’s been quite a ride, from the cold discomfort of the Jungle Cottages, to the scariest road trips, and finally a l Posted by khaimah2019 in Canada-UK-Indian and back | Mar 23, 2019
  • Paradise found See paradise lost and found? See photo and gallery you’re welcome Posted by khaimah2019 in Canada-UK-Indian and back | Mar 21, 2019
  • Paradise lost Leaving Gangtok, breakfast was the same as the first breakfast. As we finished another couple of guests came in, who had arrived yesterday evening following a rigorous journey they had begun at 2:30 that morning. Before leaving we gave Sonam Posted by khaimah2019 in Canada-UK-Indian and back | Mar 20, 2019
  • Gangtok 13-15 March Starts with CIBC and ends in Jungle Cottages. Wednesday evening ended with an unexpected email from the CIBC stating that a transaction had been declined due to a suspect ATM withdrawal etc. Contact was made with the bank via chat Posted by khaimah2019 in Canada-UK-Indian and back | Mar 16, 2019
  • Day 3 Spent most of the day searching for an ATM that would dispense cash. This meant visiting 5 banks before a man who can sent us to t Posted by khaimah2019 in Canada-UK-Indian and back | Mar 13, 2019
  • Souks and castles===Nizwa=== [center] One of the pools at the Falaj Daris[/center] Breakfast at the Falaj Daris was better than dinner, with a good omelette and re Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's travels | Mar 9, 2019
  • India day 2Last night trying to do this, that I’ve neglected for a few days, I fell asleep! The Friday bus tour was more of a primer for what you can visit if you have longer, with a glimpse of the major Posted by khaimah2019 in Canada-UK-Indian and back | Mar 5, 2019
  • London onwards Made out of the big smoke to another. Flight out from LHR was late Saturday evening arriving in Bahrain early morning got through immigration with some disruption due to misunderstanding and stupidity on my part. The stop in Bahrain was Posted by khaimah2019 in Canada-UK-Indian and back | Mar 4, 2019
  • Shard and Emirates Not for those with a fear of heights we took the Tube to London Bridge for a ride up 72 storeys to the top of the Shard. Having booked the visit online there was no need of the “Fast track” Posted by khaimah2019 in Canada-UK-Indian and back | Feb 28, 2019
  • Tuesday Still sunny, breakfast at a local “greasy spoon” very cheap and cheerful. Then get “Oyster card” for travel on bus and tube. Took the tube to Westminster coming out under a shrouded Big Ben much to everyone’s disappointment. The whole Posted by khaimah2019 in Canada-UK-Indian and back | Feb 27, 2019
  • The White TempleWe had a leisurely get up, cooking scrambled eggs for breakfast in the DIY kitchen at the hotel, before walking into town to catch the bus to the White Temple about 20 minutes away. We just missed the 10.30 bus Posted by RoyandIngrid in Carry On Travelling... | Feb 19, 2019
  • Touring Round Chiang RaiIt was only a short 2 night trip in Chiang Mai and on Tuesday morning we were up and ready to leave by 9. We ordered a taxi through the hotel which they did through GrabTaxi, it turns out a Posted by RoyandIngrid in Carry On Travelling... | Feb 19, 2019
  • A concert, a medieval village and the governmentBusy, lazy, busy, busy describes my past four days in Berlin and in another region of Germany as well. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ On Thursday, my second day of classes were held and I was int Posted by TravelingTom in Traveling Tom | Feb 10, 2019
  • A Brief Stop in Chiang MaiBy 9.10 we were packed and breakfasted and ready to walk down the lane to the Wintour Bus Station - a bit of a grand name for a bus stop - for the 9.50 bus to Chiang Mai. There were Posted by RoyandIngrid in Carry On Travelling... | Feb 7, 2019
  • Exploring Sukhothai Historical ParkWe were woken in the early hours by very loud music, it went on between 5 and 7. After an adequate if a bit cold breakfast we chose our bikes for our day of cycling around the historical park Posted by RoyandIngrid in Carry On Travelling... | Feb 5, 2019
  • More Temples in BangkokWe did not rush out in the morning but had a leisurely breakfast then lay by the pool for a while. The water was surprisingly cool but I made myself swim up and down for 10 lengths - it was Posted by RoyandIngrid in Carry On Travelling... | Jan 31, 2019
  • Market DayOur alarm went off very early and we were breakfasted and waiting for our lift by 7am. He arrived at 7.15 and after picking up a few more people we set off on the 1.5 hour trip out of Bangkok Posted by RoyandIngrid in Carry On Travelling... | Jan 23, 2019
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