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... behind us we were bound for Dubai. This is not goodbye Sydney, just see you soon. Dubai After a quick power nap we met up with Rogers friend and headed out to Dubai Marina for dinner and drinks. It is amazing the buildings that have been built here and the amount of work still being done. The next day was spent sight seeing and trying to survive the crazy traffic. We then visited the biggest mall in the world, where even Nic ...
... and I am writing this blog and studying the maps
to try and work out exactly what town I am actually in. According to my satnav I
am in the Austrian town of Lermoos but how the hell I ever got here I do not
know as I'm sure its not normally on my route home and looking at the maps its
well off the beaten track from my normal route so I'm totally confused!!
Whatever has gone wrong was perhaps meant to have gone wrong as the area is just
... being able to see Neuschwanstein Castle, and to be able to see it was amazing. I was so excited all day, and it was more magnificent than I could've imagined.
The next morning, I headed off to the airport, and made my way to Cardiff, where I met up with Haley, a dear friend from home! We were off to see a Rugby match that weekend, where my reading week and last post of my adventures of the week are featured!
Don't forget to check out the pictures below!
... the entrance to the castle. What time is it? Oh, it is 3pm and we haven't been inside the castle yet!! We wandered around the castle and the castle grounds, amazing place!!! Well worth the taxi, 4 trains and 3 buses, or whatever it was, to get there. So time to reverse it all and get home :D and reverse it we did!! Got back to our hotel a little after 9pm, ordered a bottle of champagne and a pizza from the room service menu and chatted about the day. Awesome day! We love ...
... a more squat, Bavarian-style castle. When King Ludwig was a child, he spent most of his time at Hohenschwangau, and was miserable (note that Ludwig was a bit of an effete closet case, and was generally ignored by his royal parents). He grew up with a passion for architecture, poetry, and opera, which essentially is every subject that your manly 19th century king should NOT care about (composer Richard Wagner was a, ummm...buddy of ...