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... funny watching unfit, ill prepared people going up an 800 foot eleavted path. The rewards were awesome as we reached Carter and Madcap Falls. Both with lots of water heading down at great speed!!! After acheiving the hike we swiftly made our way back down the steady gradient to Archie in the Longmire carpark. Following another tasty bagel lunch with cream cheese, tomato and avo we drove further up the mountain towards Paradie the ...
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... roots on the bottom and on each side as handrails. The bridges are large enough for two people to pass in places, made more passable by putting dirt and stones on the place where people walk.
After chasing brilliantly colored butterflies who would never quite let me photograph them and taking photos from all angles of the bridges, we sat down next to a pool just below the double decker bridge and had our box lunch. We visited more with the India nationals, fed some fish.
... off to sleep for a bit. Finally we heard the announcement that the next stop would be Busan station. So we woke the girls up, gathered up everything quickly and literally THREW our luggage off the train when it stopped. Then we had to deal with trying to move all our luggage from the platform to the taxi stand but, the end was in sight, so we tried to pile everything up and everyone, including Kiran, had their hands full ...
... in horror motif here. An opportunity missed I think.Then it was upstairs to another music exhibition, this time AC/DC, though more photos and a history, though it still had a big screen showing performance, and some excellent AC/DC sofas. Then we went to the Sound Jam room ,which was basically a very expensive Rock Band room, but a lot of fun. We both played the drums extremly badly having got bored of the instructions before they'd finished and switching to Jam mode far ...
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