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Travel Blogs from Climping
So this week started with my birthday. Yes I turned 27! I am
getting old even if my height and physical appearance still chooses to be a
teenager. I started the day with some texts and phone calls from home on the
way to work while my family back home had pizza and cake in my honour to
celebrate. The Julie and Nick dolls looked like they had a ball and were seen
eating, drinking, babysitting and of course posing with the family for photos. ...
We heard that we are not going to get the Boomer until Friday, so another couple of days marking time.
The waterfront at Portsmouth is a hive of activity and all types of naval and civilian vessels are continuously on the go. The D-Day Museum is there, but will have to come back another day for that. Nelson sailed from here, the first fleet for Australia ...
... of other girls ready to rock n roll. The ride was like a dial with seats at either end. Once we were strapped in we went up and over the entire pier and hung at the top waiting for the others to get in down below. Then we started swinging and did 360 loops, going around like a giant hand on a clock. As we neared our second completion at the top, our entire seat did a 360 loop and we watched as the ocean passed into the sky and the sky back to the ocean. My heart is thumping again ...
... just finding the little place a few towns
away. The address on the computer and the address in the GPS are not
the same. The town on the phone directory was called Littehampton
and the town on the GPS was called Durchester or something. Anyway,
we drove around the first town around and around.... some of the
streets I am not sure were streets. Anyway, we punched the address
in again and let ...
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Photos were taken by Marta in England.