Travel Blogs from Queenstown
... through the downtown, because they were lost." Eight people died in the standoff between the National Guard and local separatists that day. Someone traced Eugenia's car, and later that evening she received a call from a friend, a member of the local police, urging her to stop helping Ukrainian soldiers. As in so many other towns, the police of Mariupol had decided to switch sides and support the separatists. They had already placed Eugenia on their ...
Do you understand exactly what to look for with an incoming call facility providers? If you are not conscious, you might be employing an inadequate services provider that may not fulfill your assumptions. There are some simple things that must be on your list ...
Major Transitions are always difficult... but this one takes the Cake!
We spent the last 6 months:
- Selling, giving away or disposing of almost everything we own
- Winding up two small businesses
- Converting an empty van we purchased in November 2011 into an R.V.
- Packing and stowing the few things we decided to keep in the Boat or the Van.
Well I'm just waiting for my bus in the Track and Info Office in Queenstown, got to sleep at 4.30am and the boys were quiet as mice coming in - I think they must have wondered where I'd got to - was chatting to the night-man on reception and on the internet most of the night.
Queenstown is ...
Hi everyone I know by now you are all sick of Pleasure Cove. This morning we woke to a solid frost on the dock and smoke on the water. Quite pretty actually, but NOT what we are looking for in our dream lives.
The wonderful Subie sold yesterday and she is being collected Thursday, the riggers say they will finish by Friday, so we are planning on leaving Saturday or Sunday. While getting the Safety Inspection, I chanced on a ...