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... about 4 hours. The views and the terrain was amazing to look at. So many stairs and hills though! Afterwards we had a well earned 'cheeky Nando's' for lunch. We went to a bar for for a late dinner and was planning to go to another bar that someone had told us had pool tables. Only when we got there we left straight away as we clearly did not fit in - it was full of punks/goths/ who knows what kind of people. Our next bar ...
... finds and medieval objects, the museum contains artefacts from around the world, encompassing geology, archaeology, natural history, science, technology and art. One of the more notable exhibits is the stuffed body of Dolly the sheep, the first successful clone of a mammal from an adult cell. Other highlights include Ancient Egyptian exhibitions, one of Elton John's extravagant suits and a large kinetic sculpture named the Millennium ...
... feeling in the stadium. The sky remained clear so there was no rain and no wind either where we were. New Zealand was represented by a Kapa Haka group and a group of Kiwi Highland dancers - both looked good and went down really well with the crowd. A fantastic nights entertainment and a definite 'would do again'. Hope you enjoy it as much as we did Andrene. The fireworks at the end were loud and beautiful, a great ending to a great ...
... one guide was trying to prove that a lot of the literature was written in the surrounding pubs and each person was quite the drinker. The second guide took the educational perspective. It was impressive. Apparently they do the tour with older groups and then incorporate having a few "pops" along the way in the various pubs. For supper we ate at a place called 1780. I chose the steak and ale dish. It was quite tasty ...
... to travel. They still do it to this day, just for tradition sake. We went and passed through a cemetery, which was pretty cool. Through one of the gates you could see this private school that looked a lot like Hogwarts. I guess JK Rowling worked at the cafe, because she couldn't afford heating and it was cheaper to buy her coffee and work there. From that cafe she got a good view of the school and the castle, so this is what she modeled Hogwarts after. Then in ...