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... t see any, we saw 3 camels and a well endowed horse. The horses were used to pull the tram across to a small island. We grabbed some chips and went down to Port Elliot to spot some surfer talent. However, most of them were wearing full wetsuits because of the weather (spoil sports) but we were lucky enough to see a bare bum. On the evening after a home cooked meal, we showed Sue Dave and May our photos.
... the oval, which would be very nice when it's dry but now they are somewhat soggy. The only noticeable, very minor, issue with the park is the roads - they are mostly unmade and a bit rough at the moment. Even the in-car navigator knows the road into the park is "in poor condition"! Our site was a bit tricky to back into, mostly because I am still learning to guide David's parking. Another few months and I should get the hang of ...
... in 1 ear, watching comedy sitcoms, sucking lollies, listening to Ed Sheeran etc. This entry has taken me 80 minutes to write. I am lucky to get through one full movie on an 8 hour flight. I am determined to conquer this fear – I have tried some very strong drugs, and hypnotherapy, to no avail. The alcohol seemed to calm me a bit on the last flight, but was not available at 5am this morning. My lovely friend Michele told me that FEAR ...
Leaving Adelaide tomorrow 10.50 am on a long adventure flying to Sydney, Dubai, Rome and
Tel Aviv. Travelling with Sim and Deb, Ari and Jordana, and Pam Mansfield. A family expedition
to the shores of the Sea of Galilee and more! What marvellous sights we will see, and experiences ...
... were named after the two lone shipwreck survivors. We also found what is called the London Bridge further on our path. It also has lost one of its connecting arches through weathering but is still an impressive sight to see. Our walk finished on a remote beach with caves all around it echoing as the waves crashed inside. It was a lot of fun to run with the waves and feel their force while hearing their song vibrate through the limestone walls. With all this ...