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- Swimming pool
- Room service
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So, alas, today was our last day at Sonora. Sob! Time has gone far too quickly... We decided to make the most of it though and kick-started the day with a lie-in to soak up that incredible morning view one last time, before heading off to the restaurant for breakfast. To make the most of it Tim plumped for the Full Canadian cooked breakfast while I …
Today we went to a bridge and spent most of our time sighing that we had to go home tomorrow. Hence the title.
We had a lie in as we were both rather tired. Ironically, given our fabulous room and comfy bed at Sonora, our insistence on leaving the curtains open to watch sunrise each morning had left us somewhat sleep deprived after the …
... cracking couple who made us feel welcome.
few beers etc and down to harbour to see a fantastic firewros display.
great show and returned to the apartment for ore beer, to sort the world out and Mrs Greg analyzed all our issues via a palm reader device.
managed to see Tom for half an hour and a song when we returned to casa Bohemian.
another cracking ...
... he had been directed to take us to.
We are on a multi lane highway he is giving it keep left... keep left.. THEN exit right.. three lanes to my right full of traffic and only 100m to exit..
Very funny tom..
We now find ourselves with GPS saying turn around when possible...
We get off the motorway and negotiate some side streets in an attempt to rectify the situation with Tom offering useless advice...
... The lane was just a bit over a metre wide. There were quite a few shops along its length. Nicola also loved all the dragons around the place. Wish we had room to bring them home!
For lunch we shopped at the 7eleven and got a chicken wrap and a sandwich. We went for a walk along the seawall and found a seat facing the harbour. We watched the traffic on the water as we ate our lunch. There were tall ships, big ferries, Taxi ferries, sail ...