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... back to the apartment, which, mercifully, Lorne has kept unlocked.
"Wanna get out of here for a while and explore the town?" he says.
The Peugeot has stayed cool overnight in the shade of a cedar. I climb in, grateful to escape our highstrung apartment complex.
"Ok, this is weird. I wonder if the battery's shot." Lorne is trying to turn the ignition key, but nothing is happening, and the ...
... Helicopters are also high on the agenda to avoid taxis, buses & trains. The train trips to Monaco were always sardines material with the locals saying it is always like this & they know they should put on more carriages.. The trains were also heavily decorated with graffiti. We caught up with Roy the New Zealander I sort of used to know from running in ...
... Nelspruit proche de la partie sud du Kruger Park à m’occuper de jeunes animaux de différents espèces. CARE for WILD AFRICA represents the tremendous effort of one courageous lady, who, with more than 18 years of experience in the care and conservation of wild animals, has now ventured out on her own to continue her quest to ensure that wild animals will continue to roam proudly and freely in ...
... ocean to be followed by 180 km bicycle ride up and down mountains in the area, followed by running a 42 km marathon...in over 30C heat. There are a lot of very fit athletes in town (in addition to our group)!
Time to go pack my bike for my return to Canada. It has been a fabulous tour again in 2012, and although I hate to leave I must admit I am looking forward to seeing my friends, family and colleagues again that I left behind.
Sept 4 - Dashed all over the place looking for somewhere we could watch the tennis and ended back in the Hop Store in Antibes. Susan was happy watching her mate Nadal (the Spanish noodle) beat Nalbandian. Back home we settled into dinner and TV.
5 Sept- Same as last night except we went to the local pub (Queen's Legs) where Eurosport showed only the women's matches. Home for dinner and check on the internet for the men's. I'd hate to be here ...