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... train station, and then as we walked to Tropicana. Because the weather was so miserable, we decided to head straight back home again, but not before B could show G where she works! We had a bit of a browse through Block Arcade, as well as wandering down some side streets, and then caught the train back home.
This afternoon we spent with G's Zia (Aunt), Zio (Uncle) and cousins. G drove there and back, slowly getting more comfortable with freeways and traffic. We ate so ...
... as a person seeing the Taj Mahal, compared to spending the night with someone really interesting who actually works at the Taj Mahal?" - Martine Monksfield
(I typed Laverty at first. Why do I still have a hard time accepting that you're married - it's been three years! I should be used to it by now!!!)
She has a valid point though.
It doesn't matter where I go, as long as I'm happy?
I'm currently reading a book ...
... mid July but after 5 months I am really looking forward to catching up and he has loads of local knowledge which should put us on the path of good food and cheap beer.
I am then off to Sri Lanka for a Food Safari Adventure, I am doing this through Intrepid, a relatively basic tour that takes you off the beaten track and involves loads of local experiences. It will involve cooking with chefs, eating street food and learning to cook street food and much more. ...
... which is a zoo, housing many native Australian animals and birds. You can experience close encounters with some of the creatures. The Koalas were just so cute and I wanted to reach out and hug them, but this was a no-no!. At one point in time you were allowed, but not today . I wanted to be sure to see a kangaroo while in Australia and so we did view a " MOB", as it is called when there is a group of them. We were entertained by an ...
... br> and galleries and our first stop was the Museum of Contemporary Art.
Some really interesting work is housed here as well as some
absolutely awful daubings, sculptures and video installations. Still,
if some twonk wants to pay a million quid for a load of paint
squidged onto a plank, then you should pop round to my place and I'll
sort you out... twenty million quid the lot... I call it “the
permanence of love in a bunsen burner”. While at the ...
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Its de ja vu all over again. Stayed here about 10 years ago on another road trip through France. Nothing different
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