Mantra on Kent
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... had 30 hammocks in it. It was wary and made you think about how it would have been. We are both a pair of saps at heart. On the way out we went via the women's immigrants room and I was overwhelmed by how many women - orphans by the great famines simply chose to leave for a strange land! I really am a homing pigeon! We then wondered over to the rocks for a well deserved glass of wine and a bit of last minute shopping. We sat and watched the world ...
... I have wanted to visit Dubrovnik since seeing it on the Amazing Race many years ago. I was fascinated by the Ancient City and I couldn't wait to explore the walls. It lived up to my expectations and then some. The Croatian people are lovely and so proud of their history. It is a beautiful city right on the Adriatic and one of the highlights for me was swimming and snorkelling with David during our picnic on Lopud Island. I was disappointed I didn't get ...
... ve been trying to get her to play one more game but we'll have to see how the week goes - they could even have the pleasure of two Leigh's! As eluded to earlier the main plan for the week was to celebrate our departure from Sydney over the weekend with as many of our friends as possible. The plan was to get everyone together on the Friday, the venue our flat. As the invite went out and it grew day by day we had nightmares about the cream carpets & ...
... from our guides for our whale spotting. The whales migrate north from June to October each year to breed in the warmer waters. As the whales could be at any point in the sea at any time, the easiest way to spot them is when they surface to breathe - usually giving a telltale puff. After a short while, I spotted something out in the distance. The crew realised we'd spotted something so headed over - and sure enough we found a whale! Soon after we realised we'd ...
... in Sydney that night.
We shuddered. OMG! Save us from a frigg'n bus tour!!
In no time however we were heading south of Newcastle and alongside the attractive waterways of the Central Coast. Our route then took us down the familiar M1 Motorway, across the beautiful Hawkesbury River at Brooklyn and then over the Sydney Harbour Bridge to Sydney's Central Station where we would catch the private rail line to the ...