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... a car gives you many opporitunities. ...driving around, day 1: Miriam ''Where are we going?'' Me ''I have no idea.'' We pass a couple of trafficsigns with the highlight 'Port Arthur' written on it. ''Let's go to Port Arthur.'' I say. No problem for Miriam and she settles the navigationsystem. About an hour later we arrive at Port Arthur. So Miriam starts to wondering what Port Arthur is and asks me. I had litteraly no idea, so we bought ...
... all Chinese teas but someone decided somewhere that that's the only Chinese tea that westerners like. And if that's for the Chinese then they'd be puzzled as to why there's no choice. Would they go round and only offer red wine? (Yes, my argument's rather weak.) Not having flown Qantas for a while ǐ have a couple of observations. I suspect that air hostesses that start at one end of the plane stay there - if ...
... animals. Peter bought me some earrings for a Christmas present. After we had a snack of gypsy rolls, we drove to the Battery Park area. It is a old area near the market that has historic homes. Most were very small but well kept and very expensive. We headed home early enough for a nap and a shower. In the evening, we went out to dinner with Frank and Linda to celebrate his birthday. We were joined by their friends, George and Sue. We ate at a restaurant in the ...
Anyone who knows me, knows that I am a last minute person. I make the average procrastinator appear to be rushing to get the job done. But for some reason I am getting ready for the trip to London, Paris and the United States well before departure. I'm even setting up this blog a full three weeks before scheduled departure!
Over the last few years the amount of gear I take with me has diminished. There are a couple of reasons for this. First, I no longer carry books with ...
I won't bore you with any more details on The lodge stay at Tarraleah last night other than it was amazingly luxurious to be able to make a nespresso before 6am this morning. I found out last night the town had a maximum population through the 1940's - 60's of around 1600 people and slowly dwindled down to a population of 4 just before it was abandoned in the 1990s. A surreal place but still pretty cool.
We had a foggy start to ...