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... 25th: Santa Cruz, Bolivia to Rio via Chile
Wed 29th April: Rio to Olinda
Wed 29th April - Tues 7th July: Revive project, Olinda, Brazil
Tues 7th July - Wed 8th July: Olinda - Recife - Frankfurt, Germany - London
Fri 10th July: Back to Manchester
1/2 weeks in Manchester
Rest of July/August: Eastern/Southern Europe
Sep 1st: Back to work!
and that's it......
... beauty, the birds, the nature and some challenge. After stocking up in the shop we headed up. It wasn't more than few minutes walk before I knew I was in the right place at the right time. It was sunny November day. Colours of the trees, flowers and bushes were in full variety of reds, orange yellows and greens and the mix was just mind blowing. What I enjoyed the most was the silence.....being in London you don't even realise how much ...
... Then Brisbane, the Gold Coast and Sydney where we fly to Auckland, New Zealand as a three at the end of March. First two weeks of April we'll travel the length of NZ, saying goodbye to Laura at Christchurch before flying on to Fiji for a lovely weeks rest and relaxation.
April / May / June - USA to Mexico to USA
From there we fly over the day line, landing in LA in the middle of the month. We'll have a ...
Welcome to our travel log of our trip to New Zealand. Both of us will be contributing towards the content and as wifi is a little hit and miss we may not get on everyday but we will try to keep on top of it. Well the journey was long but we knew that however we are very impressed with Singapore airlines the crew couldn't do enough for you and the alcohol flowed as Steve experienced when he had ...
Cases packed and offloaded and of we set to the Frick. It was the private house set on the edge of Central Park of a man who made his money in coal and steel and decided to furnish his home with old masters and period furnishings. He had no children so when his wife died he left it all to the nation. We've seen Rembrandts, Vermeers, Constables, Turners, Gainsboroughs, Manet, ...