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... senior guy is summonsed. My heart sinks, what could be going on? I am beckoned through to a back office and my fear is growing. But the man in the uniform smiles and says "One day overstayed!" And follows this quickly with "No Charge!". Phew!!! We had been there for one day longer than our tourist visa allowed and had been let off the fine, thank you!
In the departure lounge I struggled and sweated as I wrestled with my flight socks. Then ...
After a bumpy passage across. We arrived at the northern port of Burnie. We were on a trip to a world heritage nature reserve. We had a very entertaining guide and driver, they were a bit like Morecambe and Wise, and talked over the Mike to each other. They were very informative and passionate about their island. We first visited Sheffield, a Wild West looking town, but famous for murals over nearly every ...
... a very lively tour. We had an hours mini bus ride out to the suburbs until we got to Ramsey street......... We took the sign with us in the bus !! The road was closed and they were filming there so we were not able to walk up the street. We were met by a lad who played Stingray, but left 7 years ago.After about half an hour of standing around at the end of the street, we were taken to ...
... i got to use a student card ;). There was an audio section that had tons of information which was very useful. Laura and nick stayed in a hostel in salisbury and i decided to take a bus from salisbury to Portsmouth to catch my France ferry. Wahoop!, Its sad to say bye to laura and nick but i know they will be fine. Nick has a plan sorted and laura doesn't mind having the whole thing planned out for her (must be nice) . Bye lovelies i will miss ...
... oak planks on the main floor of the castle, while the upper floors consisted of beautiful parquet.
The Library was filled with wonderful old books. We could read some of the titles in one section containing volumes relating to sport hunting. Unfortunately a rope barrier kept us too far away to get a close look at some really old ones from the 1500s.
The Saloon is what they officially call the heart of the castle, ...