Swan's End Guest House
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... with the energy of a Duracell bunny, I
decided to check out the Chazen. This was another art museum, but as they were
all free, well, a ‘voluntary donation’, I thought I’d give it a go! Some bits
were rather strange, with a black ash skull, and a mannequin hanging upside
down, with her head attached to a bird cage. Again, what’s with all the
mannequins! However, some of it was great, with beautiful paintings. Finally, I topped ...
... we had to do projects on four different European countries. After choosing West Germany and France I also chose Iceland. I remember writing about geysirs but having no comprehension of what they were.
At University in my European Politics class we had to write a paper on a Government and Electoral system. Again I chose Iceland as it ...
... and ice my foot, hoping it would be feeling better, ready to help out at the animal shelter the following day.
Arriving back at my room after a very uncomfortable cab ride back I had a quick shower then lay on my bed with a bag of ice on my foot feeling a bit better than an hour ago.
After getting room service to deliver nachos to my room I was ready to rest up for the following ...
... made a delicious lassagne (with an eggplant version for me) which we enjoyed followed by a chocolate tart which Aunty Cathy had brought. We were delighted to discover the Australians outnumbered the Canadians for once, and shared tales of our travels so far. That night Nomes and I chatted till 2am (that's what happens when she moves to an island for 8 months) resulting in a sleep-in till 11am.
We'd been having ...
The Islands are such a beautiful place to come with your family for a picnic on a hot summers day.
Once we returned our bikes and walked to the ferry terminal we had a short wait so we parked up under a tree and relaxed. Perfect time to get some reading done.
When we made it back to the Mainland we decided to go take a look at Polson Pier. We had read about it in the tourism booklets and looked at the webpage. It had ...