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... for the Australian side. We all got back together and on the coach, Heather with her bag of chocolates from the town chocolatere, and headed for Spain and the city of Pamplona. Not only had we changed countries but also the size of the hotel room, this one was about twice the size of our rooms in England and France. After a quick unpack we were off for a walking tour ...
... of all the items we had left with them including their bedding and toys etc. Far too soon we were on our way but not before BB was out and about looking around, Sweetie was sitting on top of one of the bedding boxes while Sally was emitting low growls and dirty looks snuggled up on a sheepskin with a hot water bottle.
We then made a "B" line down the street to the bank which was not open until 9.30 so while Doug queued, I rang Michelle to ...
Another rude awakening by the cockatoos and a surprising lack of pain in the lower limbs, considering yesterday's walk. A fab breakfast with perfectly proportioned pancakes was had al fresco. We headed to the local mall to pick up BBQ food, which Ruth did, whilst Steve made despicable me models with the kids (although steve did show a high degree of artistic flair whilst assisting them!) and I ...
... as he said that, she stopped by and Micheil gave her permission to talk to us which she did. I felt easier after that talk that "things" seem to be happening ... but IMO, the policy for looking after people who need help does not work too well in reality if it seems to rely on Volunteer organisations - ie, only the managers / co-ordinators are paid and the rest are Volunteers and the capacity of a person to "work" as a Volunteer ...
Yay ... a good night's sleep
I had slept in my own bed with three confused Burmese. I slept in and eventually made it downstairs where Doug was keeping Elroy company.
When Doug came upstairs, Elroy barked again but we ordered him outside and outside he went and up the back steps ... such a clever boy !
Doug said he took Elroy for a walk in the morning which both seemed to really enjoy ...