Duck Bay Hotel & Marina
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... down and recollect all the things you want to focus on. However, the 20 minute walk, made round-trip three times a day, starts to become a little time consuming. In any given day, I might run to the gym on campus, then run back for breakfast and a shower, walk to class, walk back home for dinner, then walk back out in the evening for some school function. Now, that's where the bike comes in - big victory for the commuting ...
... a perfect wake. It takes at least ten minutes for the waves to arrive at our side, and the splashing as they run up the shore is again startling.
We are reading another explanatory board about the flora of the area when we notice beside it a strange cylindrical contraption, with a grille and a crank handle. Not a shred of explanation, so of course we have to turn the handle to see what happens. At first, all we get is a disembodied ...
... and time waits for no one. Half way into the walk was a distillery and by that time there were more walking groups jockeying for position than horses at the Grand National. We were amazed to catch up with some girls who had left 1 1/2 hours before us and two guys who had left an hour before us, as the rain started we decided a side trip to the distillery was in order. Although on 'silent season' (summer shut down) ...
... possums for the widow of Oz to sign off and I hope u have enjoyed my journey around NZ and Oz as much as I have. It has been fabulous and a holiday I will always remember for the incredible sights and wonderful people who have contributed to making this truly special. I am ready to go home now as I am missing all my family and have a hell of a lot of Xmas shopping to catch up on!! Loved every incredible minute, so for now thanks for joining me on my adventures and I would like to wish u all a merry Christmas and a happy New Year. Ta Ra ...
... Tag war nicht mehr besonders spannend. Von der Hängebrücke aus ging es ca. 1,5 Stunden weiter nach Larne und dort wieder auf die Fähre. Die See war heute ruhig und die Fahrt entspannend. Nach Ankunft auf der Britischen Insel fuhren wir weiter bis nach Glasgow. Das war's, mehr gibt's heute nicht zu berichten :) We started the day with our all morning rituals: get up, turn on the heating, go ...