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After a few hectic days and late nights getting ready we finally left for Brisbane. Despite the pressure, it went well. Everything fitted nicely and I don't think we forget anything. Donelle shed a few tears when she had to say goodbye to the dogs and then again when, to our surprise considering they live a few hours drive away, her parents came to see us off at the airport.
... we had bought at the grocery store to create a budget "tasting platter." The Rieslings from the Tamar Valley are very dry and not sweet, completely unlike the Rieslings (usually German) that are widely available in the United States. We don't like sweet white wines, but found that the Rieslings here were delicious. The pinots and sparkling wines are all very good, too. It's great that this area is emerging as a strong wine region, but I don't ...
... can buy when travelling I don't want to spend 50 to 100 dollars on a basic meal few beers where the surroundings are boring there is no life excitement. Enough Enough I have managed to work and live a simple life this year in order to continue my journey it's hasn't been easy when people are consistently asking u to do things and they think you are weird etc. This journal I be showcasing my adventure throughout Central and South America with stops in Hawaii and Cuba. I hope u ...
... Point on the Tamar River and found a spot on the wharf to await Jake who was doing an abalone pickup for work. It was awesome to give my six foot four "baby" a big hug and have a quick catchup before he started processing and then later taking the fish to the airport. Monday October 28th Jacob has taken the day off work today to spend with us, and after checking out his "digs" above the seafood factory, we all headed off to check out a local vineyard, Moores ...
... were still disembarking. I went in to get our tickets and when I came out, I saw Wayne chatting to someone. Turned out to be the guys from Sydney who we had first met in Stanley a week prior and had ran into at several other stops. We had wondered if we would see them again. We never got their names but it was nice seeing others enjoying their trip as much as we were. We were looking forward to seeing Cataract Gorge as we had heard so much about it but we were glad we ...
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