Arundels Boutique Accommodation
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No. of days away = 79 (2 more than our last trip)
Nautical miles travelled = more than 13,000
Air miles travelled = 12,658
No. of car miles driven = 621
Countries visited = 12 (includes Scotland)
No. of different beds slept in = 8
Approximate number of photographs taken = 3,979
Many thanks for the accommodation we have received along the way, it was MOST appreciated. ...
... even has an invisible deck of cards! I'm not exaggerating when I say he is the best young magician I have ever seen. If he continues practicing then he could have his own show someday. He did one trick for me where he had my write my name on a card, the 7 of diamonds, and put it face down on the table. I then put a heavy water bottle on top of it. Roux did not touch the card at all. He then took another random card and placed it face down ...
Its loads of fun watching Harry cram himself into the cattle class seat. Its the first time I have seen a man fold into a pretzel. I don’t think he wants to get out of the seat ‘cos he’ll never be able to repeat the same folding process - you know like when you take something out of a box, NEVER get it back again the same way. He’s also grown a beard. He looks like Charlton Heston in Ben ...
... at different distances, elevations, and in all the elements mother nature has thrown at us. I have been Marty's personal Padawan Learner ever since he hand crafted his corn hole set, and because of his training, went undefeated at the UNDA Sausage Sizzle. The students were no match for my knowledge of the art of cornhole.
The sausage sizzle was fun, and was followed by the Fremantle Torchlight Prison Tour. At 7:30 we walked to ...
... and over "I must not forget my phone charger" just so I remember it. there’s the maternal panic of leaving the boys home alone for the first time for any length of time and the work panic of “what if Dom forgets the stencils for the Dockers game today”. All totally crazy things to worry about, but keep me awake they did.
So once we were up and the last minute packing done, lectures delivered to the boys and the car loaded up, Dom drove us to ...