Monthly Archives: September 2011

The Niagara Falls Adventure Pass

  Reported by Noah –  Having left the USA, we have made our mark in Niagara Falls, Canada. We are spending several days here before travelling onto Toronto. To make our stay worthwhile we bought the Niagara Falls Adventure Pass … Continue reading

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The big rotten Apple

Well, New York isn’t our favourite place to spend time. Sure, it’s glitzy and there’s enough to keep kids happy but it’s all the bits in between.  Unless you’re happy to get around on the tourist buses for the duration … Continue reading

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M&M’s, Nintendo, Toys’r’us and rain!

  Reported by Sam and Noah –  Having escaped the streets of Newark, New Jersey (not a place I recommend anyone staying) we spent a wet and soggy first day in New York. We’d like to say we saw the … Continue reading

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We’re in England but we’ve not finished our trip!!!!

Reported by Noah and Neil–We’ve arrived back in England and are at our penultimate night at the Hilton hotel in Basingstoke, Windsor, London. It’s a bit of luxury after roughing it with Mum! We’ve had 3 great days at Legoland.  Next … Continue reading

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Our last 24 hours in Japan

Quite unbelievably our time is almost up in Japan. It’s been a hectic and boiling hot 4 weeks, travelling from the very top of the country to the Japanese Alps and as far south as Hiroshima. Losing our wallet cost … Continue reading

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The Good and the Bad

Well, it’s been a difficult and stressful week – by far the worst of all our travelling.  After praying for world peace my wallet was stolen in Hiroshima. Maybe a lesson there – perhaps we need to start smaller – … Continue reading

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A prayer for world peace in Hiroshima

Travelling presents daily introductions to new topics of conversation and this was certainly the case in Hiroshima. Whilst Noah had learnt about the 1st and 2nd World Wars his knowledge didn’t include the world’s first Atomic Bomb. Fortunately, today’s Hiroshima is … Continue reading

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