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... Washo Fish Market which was very interesting in the end, their fish markets are very different to ours. They had a lot of crabs for sale and the whole crab which was quite large were 5,000yen or $50 for one, far too expensive. We saw squid and octopus and all manner of other fish, no whale thank goodness. We stopped at one store and purchased some crab and it was absolutely delicious. We then headed to the Kushiro City Museum and this was a lovely museum, ...
... elegance, intrigue, romance...." Lazlo and Claudia lived up to the description dancing the tango with passion through their violins. Their bows coaxed every emotion from the strings and the audience, as the Music of the Night and other hits from Phantom of the Opera filled the Vista Theater. The next night! ABBA Fab (an imitation band) nailed it as they sang hit after hit made famous by Abba. We danced in our seats as we clapped ...
... true form of leisurely youthful travellers, Seb and I
left the rest of the trip open. We had a rough idea of our plans, but no
specifics. How were we supposed to know how long we wanted to stay in Seattle
without ever having been there? Hey society, stop trying to pressure us into
commitment! Just let the good times roll.
Well, this casual attitude was quickly destroyed when the
guy at the front desk informed me there were still no vacancies, and that all
... Catherine came and spent a couple of ours catching up, then in the evening we were having dinner at 135 Waoira Rd, Heidelberg Heights with Liz, David and families. A great time of seeing everyone. At 9 am on Gambier Coachlines Bus with Milton Turnbull at the wheel and Max and Sue resting. We arrived home at 3pm with Nick and Adrianne to welcome us. Thanks for reading my first Blog and the comments ...
... tickets before Christmas, but the price was right and this just got real!
We still have many more items to check off our list before we leave April 8th. My mind is spinning with all the things we need to do before we move to the other side of the world. But for now, we have our tickets and we are going to enjoy our last Christmas in the Northern Hemisphere.