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... think we are English and seem quite surprised we are Aussies. I have been giving out koalas just to reinforce the fact..
Just heard from Peter and Jess so we might be able to catch up for breakfast now tomorrow. Incredible that we will be in the same city in a foreign country at the same time when both trips were planned independently.
We are off to Welland tomorrow when the reason we are here will fully come into play and the adventure really ...
... lake from the city.
walked down through the city simply to take in what this city was all about. I
took a few photos of the old and new trams which travel these streets and
finally arrived on the lake shore.
out over these waters one would for sure think that this was a sea they were
looking over but in actual fact it is actually just a massive lake.
walked along the shore road and took many photos of the wonderful boats ...
... This photo will give some indication of the installation we saw - our takeaway was you could rearrange the letters in Chinati, and Chianti would be a far more interesting solution!
We spent the remaining time in Texas exploring the mountains around historic Fort Davis, including the funky town of Alpine, and managed to find some of our favourite North American wildlife - pronghorn antelope, browsing ...
My flight home today was in the afternoon @ 4:30 so I had the morning to myself to do something. I decided to check out the Artisan Market that happens each weekend outside the Recoleta Cemetery. I also wanted to spend the last of my pesos - no good to me and with the blue market rate I got them at, I would end up losing money with the official exchange, so it was really just about the math...it ...
... my my Canadian history classes about how Canada was actively recruiting Ukrainians to settle the Canadian west before WWI as they were used to farming in harsh climates.
There was also a display about how they were later interned during WWI and are ...