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... to visit him. What a wonderful little town. Kate treated us to poppy seed pastry-thingy Which was delicious. (Didn't go on a trip!) What I have enjoyed about travelling with Trafalgar is that they give you insider information, They use local guides, take you to hidden treasures, showing you things that you would not normally find unless you had an insiders knowledge of the ...
... open, but covered with dead flies. Obviously, no-one had stayed here for ages, but we manfully picked our spot ( there were a lot to chose from ). However, we did see a deer running nearby through the dripping trees. We wandered about a bit, getting our feet wet a lot, and after picking our way through a surreal Crazy Golf course, we hit upon a building that claimed to be a restaurant. It looked as equally abandoned as all the rest, but we pushed open the reluctant door ...
... shot in Sarajevo in 1914 which started the First World War. The lovely thing about the castle was that instead of the children being looked after in a nursery away from their parents as was normal in 1900, their bed rooms and play room were next door to their parents. The play room had lovely toys and a wigwam.
while they were in the castle a huge storm brewed. It made the biggest bang I ...
... tispy before so it was a bit more interesting. I was actually the only english tourist there so I got a nice private tour Of the brewerie from a nice old lady! The non-filtered budweiser beer was by far one of the best beers I've tasted so far in Czech. Too bad you can't get it anywhere but there since it can really travel well. So yeah, pretty much a day trip there was more than enough. Good ...
... top of the mill with buckets of wheat and Patrick would fill the barrels with the milled wheat. At the end of the morning we looked like we had been in a dust storm but those barrels were going to feed the pigs for about three months.
One of the most challenging jobs was helping TAG THE GOATS AND VACCINATE THE SHEEP. The vet tech did the actual tagging and vaccinating we just had to grab those babies and hold them still. It ...