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... old mans ward a sort of madhouse of old ***** where you finished your days. The bizarre thing about it was it is was in the most beautiful spot and is still surrounded by the most glorious gardens which were created by the prisoners and have recently been restored – a sort of Australian Alcatraz without the gangsters and of course as it was run by the english no one ever escaped. Oh I forgot to mention if you were a minor and were sent there they had a ...
Today I transfer to another hotel on preparation for my tour. I wander down to the Saturday markets which are overcrowded with people from the giant cruise boat. A quieter option is the local shops and malls, which though not extensive do offer a few places different to N Z such as Target. Returning to the hotel late afternoon I meet my roommate for the tour, Angela Wong from New York. We all gather in the lobby to meet our guide Jason, a young man ...
... you fall in love with it, but your connection with it is a personal thing. Something you love, may have a completely different impact on someone else. And there is too much to show and tell. However there was this one piece, that I sat watching for 45 minutes. It was simply too beautiful for words and amazing to think "How on earth did they do this", David Claerbout's "The Algiers' Sections of a Happy Moment" and it was a mass collection of over 50,000 photographs all ...
... brewery cafe and had soup and microbrewed beer. Good stuff on a cold misty day. I got a Moo brew Pilsner which tasted so good I felt like I was back in the Czech Republic. That is saying something.
Tonight Rachelle has booked a 5 course degustation meal for us the the best restaurant in town. Looking forward to that, and looking forward to tomorrow's famous Saturday markets, and continuing the road trip to Launceston.
... beanies and socks which look very cosy and cute. Everyone at home keep knitting! I will attempt to bring an extra bag full of knitted goods back with me when I come home during the year.
My next break will see me visit the Masai Mara and Amboseli National Parks in Kenya, then a road trip in Namibia, through Etoysha then down the Skeleton Coast, with Laura. Needless to say, i’m bloody excited! Look forward to plenty of animal photos and adventures from the aussie/congo girls in Namibia!
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20 Lowelly Road, Lindisfarne | Hotelfrom $90