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... Some of the most graceful animals like Giant Rays, Manta Rays, Whale Sharks, Impala, Eagles, Giraffe, and Kudus. Some of the most creepy animals like Vultures, Lizards, Snakes, Lion Fish, and Stone Fish. Some interesting sea animals like Octupus, White Tip Shark, Leopard Shark, Puffers, Cuttle Fish, Frog Fish, Goupers and Trevallys. And we have seen some other interesting creatures like Zebra, Gunie Fawuls, Warthogs, and Baboons. Africa is full of wildlife and ...
... living dead (plus a few drunk Scousers). The people of Liverpool really had gone to town on dressing up for Halloween - more so than any other place/year that I can remember.
Sunday morning started with a full English breakfast, which set us up nicely for the day ahead in the fog that had engulfed Liverpool. The waterfront area was most pleasant - and would have been nicer if the sun was out - so as well as visiting the Albert Dock we had ...
The weather was dry but cloudy and the temperature was 5 degrees as we left Inverness on Sunday morning for our drive to Liverpool. We had the advantage of an extra hour of sleep because the United Kingsom went onto (or came off) daylight saving in the early hours of Sunday morning and we had to wind the clock back an hour. The United Kingdom is now 11 hours behind Tasmanian time.
The estimated time for the trip was about four hours. The traffic on ...
... camera seems to choose when it will do videos and when stills, the photos are not what I hoped.
Just been for a walk around Grappenhall, which lives down to its name.
A couple of these pictures are of a 'snake' bridge. These were created so that when the tow path changed from one side of the canal to the other, the horses that towed the boats didn't have to be disconnected from the boat as they would at ordinary bridges (there is usually only a tow path on one side of the canal).
After only two short weeks at home, attending two weddings, catching up with a large number of friends and family and having the most wonderful tea cooked by mum last night I'm ready to fly again! I'm writing this in Manchester airport and the weather outside is vile! Not a bad time to be leaving the country. I'm heading to Tokyo and so far my research has consisted of asking Pabs and Emily where they'd recommend and watching 'Spirited Away' but on ...