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Our time with Angela and Keith was very enjoyable and they welcomed us warmly into their home. The expectations were simple, 20 hours of work over the course of the week in exchange for food and accommodation. This included; walking their dog, Leah; general cleaning; gardening; painting and cooking. In between our 'rigourous' working timetable, we managed to get out and about and explore the Waitakere Ranges and the surrounding areas. Our outings included visiting ...
... walking tour, as we had vouchers for it since the Stonehenge tour we did back in June, and today was the only day we had left that we could do it! So we met our guide there, then went walking. We walked through Leicester Square, where he pointed out the best place to buy theatre tickets from, which is a half price discount tickets box. Apparently it's always cheapest to buy tickets from there, even compared to buying directly from the theatre. I ...
Wednesday September 25th
Made our way on up through the eastern edge of the Yorkshire Dales today - absolutely beautiful - know exactly what Kim and Geoff were talking about now. We stopped and became delightfully lost in a place called 'Ripon' (yarns maybe). This was our first real taste of the charms of rural England and the sweet 'lost in time' feel of the villages. Had a heap ...
... sadly claimed many lives. Lest we forget.
No, no, no... it was really just a, 'Ok, looks like it's a snow day today. I'm bored. What shall I do? Ooh, let's have a look at Australia. Oh, that looks nice, lets see how long the visa application is. Not bad.. No, I do not have tuberculosis. Yes, I do have a job. No, I do not have a criminal record, unless you consider a telling off from the police officer when we were 5 yrs old cuz Ben and I accidentally ran over his foot with ...
... out for functions. In fact no security at all... Like it wasn't of real interest!!?? Personally, I had to touch the very bricks!
There is also The Elizabeth Oak.... This marks the very spot where she sat on that day of great relief when her sister dropped dead. The oak died and is GONE.... BUT.... Elizabeth 2 planted a new oak about 25 years ago in the very spot. So now it looks pretty good and you can imagine the scene. We added it to our significant oak visits ...
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