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I am so buzzed having travelled on the longest ever tour of North Korea seeing all that a westerner can see.
We were somewhat restricted in our movement and what we could take photos of and we were obliged to be respectful to the former leaders and local customs. In a way this all added to the experience of visiting the DPRK.
There was a lot of political propaganda going on, an there is a political aspect to much of our trip but ...
... and constantly reminded him! Thankfully he didn’t chunder all over us!
We ended up spending the night drinking and chatting, so ‘The Great Planning Day’ took a bit of a back burner! Oh well…
Mainly cloudy, cold.
Today we went on a tram to check out St.Kilda as we’d been ...
... A busking performer had drawn quite a large crowd at Fed Square, but I didn't hang around to watch the act. I then went along the path on the north side of the Yarra River to the Birrarung Marr park area
The Federation Bells were chiming while I was there and they had a couple of kids quite entranced. Next ...
Woke up this morning with Rosie looking at us with a tilt. Straightaway we knew it was what Mollie had, a vestibular problem. With some doubt we took her to the vet to confirm but she came home for some TLC hopefully fully recovering in a couple of weeks. Kids delivered to school safely & carers organised & filled in. Left ...
... for an exception, without success... With an adrenaline filled 10 minutes with which to get a flight and go through customs the staff said I would have to buy a flight with her back to Australia..which I would never use... I agreed (to blow $350 for a flight i would never use)... Luckily she had technical difficulties and couldnt sell the ticket .. another staff came to help and ...