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... around New Norfolk. It turned out that Paul had tried to call Jake to tell him that this last loop could be a bit tricky for me, apparently it was very sandy and a bit hard. I wasn't really up for trying hard stuff with no time to spare and not much juice left in the body.
One of my two spare GoPro batteries is playing up today, so I haven't been able to take automatic photos for the last two hours of today's riding. I missed good shots ...
... lot of fun. It is located on the coast. The Pickled Frog was only a block or two away from it.
Just down the street from the hostel was a nice outdoor mall. I saw a band performing one day and stopped to enjoy the music. Then, I wandered around and saw 'Woolworths'. In America, Woolworths is a department store, but here, I discovered, it is a grocery store.
I took a short bus ride to the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) in ...
... schedule was very practical as it allowed us to see a great deal of the countries of Scotland and Iceland and we were able to take in a snapshot of the other cities in a limited time.
Having returned home safely our hearts go out to families and friends of those on board Malaysian Airlines flight MH17. A tragic and senseless loss of life which is beyond comprehension.
As a final comment, we should appreciate what we have in life and we are oh so lucky that we live in ...
Off to the airport again we go, this time we are flying from Melbourne to a place called Tasmania, which sounds a very funny place, but other grown-ups have told the grown up that itis a very nice place to visit.
The grown-up got to sit next to the window and she let me look out before we the pilot turned the key and started the engine. It was very high up and I could see other aeroplanes from the window too. Then ...
... being Aus Day and all. We also learnt about Patricks brother who is at boarding school in Zambia, all paid for by Henry. Only $900 a year to give a young kid a really great chance in life. Henry was talking about trying to set up some sort of charity to do similar with other Pweto kids and Laura and I assured him that he would get plenty of help from Tassie and Adelaide!
So Australia Day turned out to be fantastic and unexpected fun. Seeing Miriam discover her ...