The Swallow's Nest Guest Cottages
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... microwave to make some kind of meal. Sausages, rice and peas... wasn't too bad actually.
This morning we were meant to wake up to another beautiful day but unfortunately it was very overcast and a bit chilly. We got wrapped up and left for the city. We took the bus again as it is much easier than getting the car parked in the city. We got off at the Seattle Centre where the Space Needle sits. There was a few random structures scattered around in the centre and ...
... in it and we went back at night to see it when it was lit up. I really recommend you look up the Seattle display on youtube ( I hope my photos whet your appetite to see more.. I took heaps). Adjacent is what is called the Space needle...similar to Auckland's Sky Tower which we went up..great views of course. I really liked Seattle, probably helped by the fact that Colleen's friend took us away from the touristy part for some ...
... paralleled the railroad tracks going north. Unfortunately the tracks were too far from road to see any trains. When we got to Napavine we found a laundromat and outside the grocery store the owners were giving away hot dogs so we had lunch and washed our clothes. From there we went on to Olympia for gasoline then on to Vashon Island. ...
Visited my parents and Spokane over Easter.
A lot of activity looking for work/live opportunities in EU
and occasional sparks but generally discouraging. Times when I question the
whole thing, the choice to go without something concrete, and then I think it’s
a good idea to take a break from searching, re-center.
Then I found out that I can only stay for 90 days in Spain
or Italy, and I was really thrown. A couple
of days later I ...
So, I was looking out of the window on the flight into Seattle, and by chance noticed some planes arranged at an angle on the ground. I took some blurry pics of them, and then realised one of them was a Concorde. After some research, it turned out I was looking at the Museum of Flight, and it's a BA Concorde on display. Half way through the week I took a bus to the museum and spent the best part of a day there. The bus was full of nutters but it was worth the journey. I spent ...