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... then hanging out for the evening. Clearly, they must have decided we weren't that fun as despite our sparkling conversation they ditched us after one drink. After a drink we decided to check a couple other establishments. Probably the highlite of the night was Darren's sweet dance moves at a pumping club! We don't seem to have the stamina of our teens and early twenties as the majority of us were ready to head home quite early stopping for a snack before walking home to our welcoming ...
... DVD hire from reception) - yeah!! There is a god.
Stuff Grafton’s history.
We stayed there for 2 nights and basically had a complete DVD slob out fest - 8 films in 32 hours. The Firm, Mrs Doubtfire, The Fugitive, War of the Worlds, The Notebook and many more old classics just back to back. Sadly a bit too much Tom Cruise and no delicious Daniel Craig movies but hey a girl can’t have everything. I think we were all a bit high on not being in ...
... walking thru and got to see s leech stuck on my hand !!!
We left here and drove on the Armidale Kempsey Rd which was probably the most amazing drive we have done - more cliffs, bends and skinny tracks through the most amazing scenery. We camped at Georges Junction freecamp and were surrounded by cows! One managed to chew/suck on my beach towel which was grosse !!!
The flies and mozzies there really bad so we had a nice fast pack up as they were unbearable.
... Avril of course.
Sunday 17th we flew back to London again. Toured around and had dinner out. Mon we walked the Millenium Bridge, visited Liberties, shopped in Oxford Street and had an amazing lunch(must stop using that work) at Sushi Samba,on 37th floor of some tower with a full view of London and its surrounds.
Tues went to the Tate Modern as hadn’t been before and it was 3min from the hote l(not impressed really) . Onto Victoria and ...
... we walked over rocks, shells and sand, we paddled in the water, which was not too cold, and then walked up to the top of a hill along with lots of other people. The word was obviously out that there were whales frolicking in the water. Paul even saw one, but I missed it. Sad! From our high vantage point, there were people sitting on the lawn, elbows resting on their knees, looking through their long lens ...