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... extremely exhausted, being awake for almost 24 hours and hardly eating. I was
definitely not very sociable.
Whenever I explain my version of Hell I always refer to this
bus ride to Paris I was on. The bus was breaking down and overheating, we were
stuck in traffic, and about 2 hours away from the Eiffel Tower, our destination.
I am extremely claustrophobic and pretty sure I blacked out a few times. I
mention this story because the ...
... interesting boats on the mud flats in the bay. They all have dual keels so they sit on the mud when the tide goes out.
returned to Caernarfon via Llanfair PG, or the full version, Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwll llantysiliogogogoch, longest place name in the world until the New Zealanders, made up a longer Maori one. Took photos at the railway station of the original ...
... that had been mined, then via a cable railway deep underground about 500 ft to another area slate had been mined since 1836. We had to wear hard hats and all, very glamourous.
the display and audio story tells of a small boy who joins his father and uncle to work in the mine at the age of 12. Most miners died by their early 40's as it was a dirty very dusty hard life. The slate tiles made here were exported to Australia and many of the ...
Carrying on from the introduction to my last entry, I had some spare time on my hands in between my last day at work and my flight to Munich. After one more night in London, I found my way to the Haggis adventures office in Victoria where my five day bus tour around Wales was departing. I had booked the tour just a couple days before it started and didn't study the itinerary very closely so was on a bus taking me to lots of ...
... Finally we set off on to the N7 but then Rod thinks it the wrong road but our friendly Navman has taken us on roads that avoid Tolls. As we head out we check to see Leonie and Glenn are on our tails then suddenly they are no where to be found. We pull over and wait to see if they pass, but later we discover they they had actually passed us and were waiting for us. so we continue on to a place called Kildare, where we bought a new sim card for Ireland so we could contact them. we had ...
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