Ocean View Motel
Travel Blogs from North Beach
... nice shopping mall to get my phone fixed (yay!) and it was weird seeing Australian fashion which is actually quite different from back home. After that we went to this place called Hillary's beach and shopped a little and ate at Little Caesars pizza which is actually nothing like the horrid Little Caesars back in the states. We had a cinnamon, balsamic, chicken, sweet potato, parsley and probably a few other things that ...
... pretty good beaches. Maybe it is our high expectations or the cooler weather, but we left slightly disappointed. The beaches were simply not rave worthy. Houses were beyond grand, they were castles portraying both a sense of spaciousness and affluence that we have come to equate with Perth.
Min & Graeme invited us around to dinner at Mins sister, Trish & Paul's home. We were spoiled with great company, food and wine and were relieved to hear Min and Graeme ...
... for the positive to flower. Outside and inside. There's no
is a beautiful poem by Michael Jackson which he was supposed to read
at his last concerts. When he talks about the bliss of the now, you
can easily understand from what space of consciousness he was writing
... involved with the computer classes. The more I go, the more I think I 'need' an Ipad. It has all been very interesting but definitely with an Apple slant. Everyone is walking around the ship with their Ipads. I felt quite conspicuous sitting on the deck typing up my blog on the this dinosaur of a computer. It still does the job though. I also got into some of the exercise and make up classes - very interesting and good fun.. The pool and spa on the ship ...
... on these trips), cartia (low dose asprin) and a supply of echinacea (to reduce cold and flu symptoms) that we take when we are going to be around people, or during travel on planes, trains, etc.
We will need to take the bike bags as we are going to use French and German fast trains which generally do not allow assembled bikes as luggage. To cope with the 4 panniers and 2 rollbags getting on and off trains we could use 2 140litre duffle bags, one for each set of ...