Premier Inn - Newcastle (Metro Centre)
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Today we went to the Metrocentre which is the biggest shopping centre in all of Europe. After that we went to the Scotland vs Samoa game with my Scottish cousin Nick, and Leaine and Frank came too and I was supporting Scotland and they won 36 to 33.
Then when the game ...
... br> Then my dad and his friend Frank and our cousin Nick went to the All Blacks vs Tonga game.
For dinner Isabel, Mum and our friend Leaine and I went to have dinner at the Slug and lettuce. And then we went to ...
... Bay - about 15km out of the city centre. We had a 3 bed room with an awesome sea view. A bit different to the places we were used to! We dropped our stuff off, got some fish and chips, smashed a couple of Carlsberg's and caught the train in to town to join the party. There were all blacks fans everywhere in town. Even noticed quite a few Scots with all blacks tops on. Smashed a couple of beers at one pub then we went to meet Darryn's mates at ...
Or something like that was being cheered loudly at st James park, where the Springboks were playing Scotland. Ok maybe it was just "Bokka Bokka!" Being chanted by the boisterous South Africa fans. A pretty crazy day as I got a message from Keith about 1130 the night before letting me know he had an extra ticket to the South Africa-Scotland match being played in Newcastle. I let him know yes and then after spending 30 minutes on the phone in ...
... a fun time.
Wayne and John are beginning a collection of beer gasses from all the pubs we've visited and are having fun emptying the beer from the glasses along the way as well.
Tomorrow we press on further north up the coast towards Dundee, Scotland and say goodbye to England.