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... and the quirkiness of the angles. Nothing is quite straight. A very cool tree house. Another great thing is how dog friendly the place is. Dogs in shops just does not happen in Australia. Here they are usually welcome and the staff will even mind your dog while you try something on. That is customer service!
Got back to the hotel footsore and tired but satisfied with our purchases. A soak in the bath and bed looks very welcoming. A long day!
... br> bullied horrendously as a child and had been suffering agoraphobia for years,
although it seemed to be getting better now. The whole time he was talking to
me I couldn’t get over how softly spoken and normal he seemed, apart from the
fact that he painted his nails, which I thought was actually pretty funky. It amazed
me how much suffering can be endured by “regular” people, and how the people
next to you on the bus can ...
... chosen a tapas place to take us but it was busy so we went for a craft beer which for once was palatable and chatted while we waited.
The restaurant was insane, we asked C/M to pick the plates seeing as they were insisting on paying and a few of them didn’t sound too great to me – cauliflower – but every dish was amazing, including the cauliflower. We chatted and drank, the conversation mainly centred around UK and US culture and ...
Departure day dawned overcast and cool, and we gathered "the troops" for a final breakfast before beginning the two-hour drive to the Portland airport. Our flights were not until mid-afternoon thus allowing time for a leisurely journey with time for photo stops.
Along our route the roadsides abound with beautiful mounds of yellow flowers. I do ...
... museum was being built, but was far from being completed. This time, it was not only completed, it held a Blackbird spy plane and a Saturn rocket. More than the planes and rockets, I was more interested in seeing the 3-D movie they were showing, called, "Jerusalem". Why they were showing a movie on Jerusalem at an aviation museum, I have no idea. But, I was glad that they did. The premise of the movie was of course, the archaeology and history of the region, ...