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... here). But the hotel -- another serviced apartment, this time in a converted jam factory dating from the 1880's, right on the water -- was a dream, so we were happy to come back and watch the sunset from the balcony.
We woke up to clear skies and a whole day with nothing on our agenda. We'd planned on going for a hike, but the water was so calm and the kayak tour guy was hanging out on his boat at 7 AM without any plans of ...
... the Isle of the Dead where everyone got buried (settlers, not us) and the boys prison. The weather cleared up very nicely for the afternoon and after a spot of lunch we went to check out the penitentiary and saw the talk at the Commandants House.
Then we popped in at the asylum, now a museum, and the Separate Prison, where all the newfangled (for its time) solitary confinement and mental punishment (as opposed to corporal) happened. There we ...
... along the road). Maybe I could take one as pet for everyone’s benefit.
Had our 1st petrol scare in the afternoon when the local petrol station was shut and we were pretty much on empty. We were informed the next petrol was only 18km away and we would make it if we drove slowly. Good job that's Bertie's specialty. Had a nice walk along a very wild and windy beach which turned into a litter pick. We got quite a collection. Back at the van we found that tiny blue ...
... off a couple of things. The suitcase sat there. Finally I could put it off no longer and started to pack stuff. I ticked the things off my packing list as I put them in. This wasn't so bad after all. The clock was ticking down until we had to leave, but there was heaps of time. We had lunch. The clock kept ticking. I'd promised Juniordwarf I'd do some things with him like make a map of where we were going so he'd know where we were. I ...
... you could be sent away for stealing a loaf of bread to feed your family. We also learn about the tragic events in 1996 when a lone gunman opened fire killing guests and staff. This tragic event led to a complete overhaul of the gun laws in Australia. Now I ask you this- Australia changed their laws after one event, why does the US continue to allow these types of events to occur and still not change their gun laws? How many people have to die there?