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... Spain. Continuing the theme of being lazy, Alistair stayed on for the next lecture about the Mysteries of the Mind. It was interesting looking at optical illusions and hearing about illusions relating to the other senses, but the lecturer offered no enlightenment as to why the brain can be fooled because, "It is a Mystery!". There is a theme to this voyage. After lunch we joined with another couple for a quiz and were moderately successful in scoring 18 out of 22?, which ...
... it to stitch us up! Rich and I had talked about dancing back out the aisle, never practiced and because of the words it just felt like we should, so running man for Rich and bit of a boogie for me, as lets be honest you cant really see a lot under a big dress!! A flower fell out my bouquet but quickly retrieved I had my am right back on!
A bit of a lone time at the bar to talk with a glass of bubbles, try each of the canapés which is annoying it’s the ...
... by both hands and is something if anyone got the chance to do we would highly recommend. Mind you a 2 week holiday is going to feel so short in the future! : ) Anyway here's the stats: Miles travelled - 37,575 We drove 5,551 of those miles. Photos taken 6,000 plus! Swam in 12 swimming pools Laid on 35 Beaches Visited 9 National Parks 10 different modes of transport - 15 Airplanes, 18 Boats, 11 Trains, 2 coaches, 3 cable cars, 1 Road Pedalo, ...
... they still can’t talk about. We toured the hospital tunnels then had another hour so decided to check out the castle. Great idea! It was built by Henri II and was very similar to the White tower of the Tower of London. Cool Medieval tunnels and the story of his sons and how it tied up a part of history we had only glossed over was a bonus. His wife was Eleanor of Aquatine and 2 of his sons are from the ...
... Brighton on time to search for a B & B, but it turned out to be just the right decision to spend a little time driving through the lovely country roads and places on the way and stopping to look at the attractions. The doggies seemed to love all the new scents and smells of this place. They were busy sniffing everything they came across.
We came around a narrow corner in the countryside and ...