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... are light years ahead of our own towns and cities in the UK. Leeds, one of England’s most prosperous cities, is told by the government that it cannot afford a tram line. Tours, a fraction of the size, a fraction of the wealth, has one. And it is no white elephant either. The trams, on a single north south route, were running every couple of minutes and every one we saw was well filled. The result is that the town ...
... which was even better and obviously hilarious Mully- regularly weed herself with me Jason- tried to wee In a crowd until someone saw him so he quickly put it back in his pants cause he didn't know what else to do and continued to ewe In his pants Kerro- tried to wee in a cup behind a rubbish bin and successfully filled two cups only too **** himself in line for the toilet back at the campsite that night ...
Lunch was a beautiful home made soup. Not a bowl, they bring you a pot and we got 3 bowls each out of it. And no obligatory bread! Was yummy. The afternoon we headed in the other direction as we could see a path by the river. Beautiful deciduous trees and vines and just green green green. That petered out and we continued through the paddocks (they say that's allowed in Europe - imagine 'trespassing' in Oz!) full of ...
... much as the wineries provided the talks. I'm happy with my day despite missing the jazz. I know I'll get lots of jazz when I get home. It's hard to believe that I've not been in Spain two weeks and already I have a lifetime of memories. I was thinking this as the bus took us through the mountains to get to San Sebastian, how beautiful the country is in the north and I still have a lot to see yet! Hope all is well.Daniel ...
... br> The next day we walked around the Old Town and witnessed the shopping areas close down promptly at 1pm not to open again till around 4pm; and so we did what locals do, drink blanco and graze on pintoxs (tapas) most of the afternoon in a couple of the local bars....... we could get used to this!. We met up with a couple from NZ who work in UK as a butler and maid ! Lovely couple with interesting ...