Lockehaven Waterfront Bed and Breakfast
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... place to be" and this time of year you get great weather without the crowds. Although accommodation is expensive but worth it for the views.
I hired a Bicycle and spent the day riding around Stanley Park which is a must see. unfortunately in a moment of stupidity i erased the footage from my camera!! Doh.
The plan at this point is to get myself a Camper van to carry on my travels. so i found an amazing AirBnB accommodation lodging in ...
... for snorkelling. Must remember to pack my water shoes and sun cover-up. Hmmm and maybe some motion sickness pills...swells are not my strong suit. Sunday March 22 we spend in Darwin, the capital city of the Northern Territory of Australia. Besides seeing the city we seem to be signed up to go on a jumping crocodile cruise in the morning. I guess I'll have to set my shutter speed up higher than for landscapes! We tender in from the ship ...
... We figured beer and G&T’s were definitely in order at the end of this little event.
On Monday morning after a bit of a sleep-in we headed off to Angela’s brothers’, farm called Day Farm, in Te Puke. Their farm is the last (in their area anyway) of a true farm where the rest of the farms around them are considered hobby farmers which is anything up to 50 acres. Day Farm, run by Angela’s brother and nephew is ...
... 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">Buses were a bit slower today due to it being a Sunday, and I'm guessing tomorrow will be much of the same. I actually plan on sleeping in, which will be like 7 am for me. Ha! I am liking the pace I am taking on this trip, as well as the more spontaneous behavior. It's not like me, but a nice change.
We will see what tomorrow ...
... Bay Bike folks were great and had nine of us (Tom and Kristi were no longer with us) decked out in helmets and appropriately sized city hybrid bikes. They even put cages on my pedals upon request and some softer seats for a few of the girls. This cheered me up and we set off into Stanley Park, which we later found out was rated the number one city park in the world. We stopped early and often to check out the ...