Wellesley Bed & Breakfast
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... ever you go there is no 'dull' part of town.
'Lunch' was at about 4:30pm in a typical bar. We shared a US$10 Nachos which could've fed a family!
After 9.5hrs of trekking we had a bit of a rest at the hotel, went back out for some shopping and then headed out for something to eat. Not feeling too hungry we ordered 'chips and salsa'. We received corn chips and salsa. We soon realised that chips are ...
... England Puritan vibe for a spell, snapping our fingers and rocking our heads going "Yeah! Swing it daddio!" They sang on, impervious to our wit. The meaning behind their smug stare, unmistakable to any heathen: You're going to hell, we're not. I began having visions of a turkey and a blunderbuss. A large steaming bowl of Quaker oats. At one point my cap felt like it was growing a brim and a large gold buckle. Fortunately Deanne grabbed my hand and led me away before a full ...
... tonic, cheese, breakfast cereal, milk and bananas.....and a foam esky ($3.50) so we are now all set up for lunch/dinner and tomorrow's breakfast and beyond. A terribly long walk back to the hotel, and I was totally exhausted with having had no breakfast, nor lunch, little sleep and carrying a backpack and 2 bags besides my handbag which is already heavy these days with my camera, purse, sunglasss, and the ipad as well as the usual other things like lipstick, compact, ...
... through it. For the afternoon of packing that lay ahead we picked up some Junior’s cheesecake and made our way back to the flat to enjoy it whilst watching the Inbetweeners movie and drinking cups of tea. After spending 2 weeks with Mum and Dad it was horrible saying goodbye to them, at least this time I only have to wait a month before I see them again when Thomas and I return to the UK on 30th May.
... North Bridge just in time to hear the park ranger's speech about the Shot Heard Round the World. We were seated on benches just yards from the bridge where the American Revolution began. The ranger's speech was accounts from both the Red Coats and the local militia men. In the middle of the speech it hit me the true significance this place held in the history of our country. It brought to light the sacrifices that those ...