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... unfortunately Buzz isn’t as easy to get to see as he used to be, and he also has a passionate dislike for people who are basically calling him a liar to his face, and who could blame him. Meeting Buzz Aldrin for me would be like meeting one of my superheroes!! No better still was that the Smithsonian institute in Washington DC houses the return module / lander that splashed down in the Pacific Ocean back in 1969. It’s in a roped off viewing ...
Up and dressed about 7 and headed off for a walk and photos around our little village. Then breakfast and onto our coach for a short run into the old town square in Innsbruck. All the girls were excited as this stop included a visit to Swarovski. Naturally any other site was completely bypassed until they had been there and ogled over the crystal pieces and jewellery. Few exited without buying something. Yet another great town with streets just like you see on ...
... followed the Great Ocean Drive from Ulladulla all the way up to Wollongong and then onto Sydney. This road follows the coastline.
After that we checked ourselves into the caravan park at Corrimal Beach. Not a bad place. We went for a walk along the beachfront with ...
When I went upstairs, the youngest cat Sweetie sauntered out of the back bedroom where she likes to sleep or sit in the window and catch a breeze. On the other hand, BB our eldest arthritic cat was in her cat basket in our bedroom ... sometimes the looks she gives me remind me of the aloofness and the look sheer disdain of the cat that the Professor transfigured into.
Oh well ... at least no barking or Basil Brush tails tonight !
... sorbet were lavishly licked. During Summer "The Rocks" have street markets on the weekends and there are some amazing aristans displaying their wares. We would have loved to buy, but not at the start of an 11 month journey. I always feel very Australian when walking around the rocks. The history and the fact that this history is preserved in the very stone you walk on is a very stark reminder of where we have come ...