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... at about 9pm (20 minutes behind schedule), paid the £10 fee for the both of us and set off to the Double Tree hotel. We checked in straight away (picked up our complimentary welcome cookie) and made our way to our room, number 529!! We were welcomed by a lovely dessert platter and bottle of wine courtesy of the Lowndes posse which was amazing! After popping out for a pizza and seeing off the desserts and a glass of wine we showered and crashed out! Bed. ...
... It didn't develop into anything serious however some ladies in front of us showed real concern and seemed stressed by the incident. With everything going on in the world with aeroplanes, the last thing people need is a clown like that. Landed in Brisbane about 6:30am, (30mins late) and due to congestion in the customs and baggage hall we missed our early flight to Hervey Bay. To rub salt into that the baggage ...
... a train ride. More duty free was available at this Gate, so we didn't need to go up to Gates B and C. Finally managed to buy another bag for the extra items we have gathered on our travels. Delayed on the tarmac for 30 mins or so due to congested airways. Flight a bit bumpy in places but not too ...
... organised for tomorrow and the next day but nothing for today....so another added bonus! After that, we basically did nothing other than sleep! The bed was so comfortable we all slept like logs....the best sleep in we've had in 3 weeks! When we woke up later on, a shower to freshen up and down to the first floor for canapés and light refreshments...which ended up being our dinner. Watched some test match cricket in England and highlights of the TDF then back to ...
... which is Turkey's third largest city but have decided not to stop. We follow the ring road to bypass the city before continuing north. Orchards of every description and strawberry patches are grown on surrounding rich, alluvial soil. We are so impressed with the fruit and vegetable production of the country though I guess there are 80 million people to feed. We stop at a servo for lunch. No English is spoken but by this stage we do recognise the odd thing ...
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