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... sat down to watch a movie so a nice quite night although are drinking way too much over this festive period :-). Wed 24th - Well it's Christmas Eve and the excitement is starting to build. Mads & I cleaned the car and camper before heading out to Mom & Dad's where we got some fish 'n' chips takeout and had a good chat. Got back to Nigel's, and Mads has gone for a ...
... we went to a very small town called Bundeema where we had lunch, it's only 400 metres across the sea to Cronulla but the only way to get there is a 60 minute drive. Next stop was in Botany Bay and the first landing point of Captain Cook and the HMS Endeavour on April 28th 1770, and the founding of New South Wales and Australia. Our final stop was at Brighton Sands which is on the other side of Botany Bay. By the time we got home I was ...
... are in the name of Mark Clifford. Does your brother have photo ID? I said I will ask him. So on the next phone call we had I asked Jock if he had normal photo ID, like his drivers license, with his name shown as Mark Clifford. There was this long silence on the phone. Sort of... was his reply. Jock it says Mark Clifton. Clifton?? Where on earth, and how on earth do you get a drivers license with Clifton on it? Jock said he just wrote his name that way all ...
... had affected a few in the group over the course of the tour. From there it was off to our hotel. A great improvement on the previous ****** joint. The rooms and the food were good. After dinner most of the group moved to the lounge area to watch Germany play Brazil. Since we were in Germany there is no prizes for guessing who most of the people were barracking for. With the score at 5 nil we went to ...
A pretty long 600km run today from Madrid to Barcelona. The countryside along the way is quite dry and desolate with little villages scattered here and there. Every village seems to have a church. They are all stone construction buildings. We were driven straight into the city and picked up a local guide who directed us around the city, then ...