Poatina Resort Village
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- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
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... and as a result was shipped to the other side of the world, however attached to the other end of the rope was a race horse!
This got a good laugh as we made our way closer to the Asylum, where the guide pointed out the derelict church in the distance that is hired out for weddings where he remarked that after hundreds of years Port Arthur still gives out life sentences! The tour was a great introduction to a beautiful world heritage site and after exploring the Asylum and ...
... around the ventilation shafts and wells to make life easier underground. Toilets potties were emptied in the safety of the night. Food smuggled down at night. Next stop the tourists jewellery shop specialising in turquoise stone and onyx where Sue M brought a lovely turquoise neckless. On the way to the Goreme Open Museum we made two stops, first to view houses cut into the rocks and next to take a panoramic view ...
... flight at the end of a week away, it does feel like home somewhat - if on this occasion a cramped home. Luck was against me however as when the seatbelt light clicked off after take off the large tattooed Russian woman sitting next to her gangster husband reclined the chair ALL THE WAY back. I tapped here on the shoulder and asked her nicely if she wouldn't mind leaving her seat up (if at very least until after the lights went ...
... so cold, I was more concerned about how long we have got to stand in the elements before we land our first fish. I worried needlessly. I know now why the rule says "No catch and release". The pond was teeming with so many fish, the line gets a catch almost as soon as it got in the water. Normally, this would be irritating since you pay for every fish that you get. But on a cold rainy day like this. It was a blessing. Anyway, we ...
Foggy start to the day. The rest of the day saw some pretty steep single track. A lot of up hill (10 kms) was followed by me taking a dismount on the way down (photo). Great ride through the forest. To top the day off a leech attached itself to my bum whilst I was looking at my bike from underneath. The camp ground at Bracknell was next to the Liffey river which was deep enough for a swim and hence a ...