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... forward so we didn't have to much pitching to put up with. So that's the end of the 2014 world cruise on the Dawn Princess 104 days. Seems like a long time ago when we first started but at the same time it's gone so quick, we had a great time and enjoyed sailing on the Princess cruise line, recommend them to any body that fancies ...
... it's amazing what a great experience "sharing" can be! The BA flight attendants and in flight service was exceptional.....and the pilots were great (we didn't' hit anything!)
Australia will always be home ......and the world is home also !
We feel oh so lucky to be alive !
Charli and Jay ......huge hugs ! Xoxoxoxoxo
Life is just wonderful !
.......34 blogs later (and 24 hours aboard a Boeing 777) and we are back home in ...
... market with cheap fakes and pretty much anything you could want. We were expecting a pretty farmers market type with fresh local produce and good coffee and cake.........we did not find it here! lol Anyway, back to Darling Harbour, Douglas decided he would like to do sea world to see the sharks so we headed off to do that. I have to say personally this is really not my kind of thing, I think you can do it for 15 minutes and then it all ...
... protest, joined by pensioners, to voice their concern over the cuts in education and the rising costs. The masses were shouting and carrying signs while marching past our hotel. They were accompanied by TV crews, mounted police on horseback and at least a 100, probably more, police on foot. They are concerned about health care and the age at which retirement can be collected. Sounds familiar.
We had another great day in Sydney and Manly!
... America followed. Towards the end, in Bolivia and Peru, we started falling in love with the place. It brought back the memories we had from Africa. The landscape diversity is mind blowing. Initially we thought Europe was about history and churches but the more we squeezed into the day the more we got out of it. Often we were in a country for 12-24 hours so by golly we made the most of every second. For us though, the highlight was meeting Dave's family. Having those doors now open is ...