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... steel soled boots didn't spark off the floor and set off the explosives in the lower levels. The tour ended here, and left us to wander up to Convoy Lookout, which has amazing views of the harbour, before we headed around the point and saw old fortified gun emplacements looking out to sea, and trenches which led back into the fortress. We went back into the Anzac Centre to make the effort to finish seeing everything in there, although we definitely weren't as thorough as we had ...
After two fun and flu filled weeks in France we set off on the long trip back to South Africa. A few hours in a small bus found us driving thru the snowy Alps to Geneva then on the plane back to Dubai for a ten hour stay in a nice hotel in the transit area of the airport before the final eight hours flying to Durban followed by the four hour drive to Fugitives. Boy it was nice to get back to a spacious bathroom with a big shower and unlimited hot water ...
... takes a week to scroll through every nameL As well as the new centre there is also a range of statues and exhibits built outside around the Heritage Park. One is the Desert Mounted Corps Memorial which features 2 mounted soldiers, one Australian and the other a New Zealander. It was originally funded by soldiers who had fought in WWI by contributing a day’s pay to commission a monument to the fallen on the banks of Port Said in Egypt. The original statue was ...
Still no photos - sorry- the computer will hopefully be fixed next week!
We drove the Rv to the Auto Electricians first thing this morning and were met by his beautiful dog called Layla; a golden retriever. Our Leila loved her! Off to a good start! The chap was bemused by the American electrics under the Rv but can fix it - yeah!
We were very excited at the Library as we could join, borrow 20 books and use everything for ...
... is one of the premium wine growing regions of
Australia, there aren’t many household names you would recognise as they tend
to be small vineyards producing relatively small quantities of premium wine
with premium prices! So went straight out to sample some of the local produce, firstly
to the Settlers Tavern then to the Margaret River Hotel and can give a resounding
thumbs up for the local plonk!