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... creatures. It was such an awesome thing to see. The journey home began on the 1st of November. We took a boat ride at 8 AM from Nosy Be to Ankify. The boat ride was an hour long, we then took a Taxi Brousse to Ambanja where we were on a 15 passenger vehicle, however of course to make more money we were holding 29 passengers and bursting at the seams! We then waited in Ambanja for two hours before the long haul back to Tana. In Ambanja we experienced the ...
... if honest, not that good on a gloomy day), the sea itself with a large beach, plus a host of other attractions too. It did deliver on some of these!
Our hotel was less than ten minutes walk from the railway station and about the same distance to the promenade area. Opposite the hotel was the Olive Tree Café and having arrived in time for lunch we thought it worth a go - the food portions were very generous, so much so that there was ...
... was surprisingly light and we made good time to our first stop to stretch and walk around near Lockerbie. Back on the motorway we drove past Glasgow before crossing the Scottish border at Gretna. We didn’t stop at Gretna to take the “border” photos as we had been there in 2007. The amount of traffic increased as we made our way south and we made a second stop to stretch and walk around near Preston before driving into Liverpool.
... tubs and connected to motors so they could spin. That would have been a sight. The trees are too big to spin now. Those crazy Scousers! Okay, back to the motorway at about 8pm for the one hour trip home. Everything going well. We do often however fall at the last turn. It happened again. At the second last roundabout (and I use the term loosely) I did what I often do, hedge my bets by straddling ...
... where we get a chance to pull a pint behind the bar. The pub is so much smaller than it looks on screen and when you go through the toilet door you end up in Tyrone’s kitchen!
Then it was on to the Street itself which was quite surreal……it is all so familiar. It’s also impressive that it’s not 'fake’ but all made with bricks and mortar and those cobbles are really hard to walk on! We had ...