Quest on Chapel
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... chocolate in Belgium, right? Oh wait, we do… Oh well.
Guess that’s about it for now! I’ll keep you updated on my
upcoming adventures when I feel like it… That’s right: I don’t have to do
anything unless I want to (despite what some people might have me believe ;o).
Not to mention that Wi-Fi in Australia isn’t exactly all that stable. I shudder
to think what the Outback holds in store ...
It was another unexpected phone call last year that has set this trip in motion... Tourism Ireland's competition with prize money to travel to the Emerald Isle. Rod and I whizzed around there over thirty-something years ago, so it will be good to revisit with grown-up eyes, especially having done some family history now. So Liz and I will set off together again and we settle on June/July 2015, as her son will be completing his PhD ...
... now we are eating a yummy dinner, everyone has worked hard and built up an appetite! Sarah and Veron were given birthday treats to celebrate and the birthday singing had to be heard to be believed. Maybe Ms. Torzillo's talents had worn off by the time evening came? This evening we will play some indoor games before heading off to sleep sweet dreams .... Well the teachers will ...
We got up early and left for Melbourne at 07:30. On route we saw another kangaroo just sitting by the roadside. We decided to stay at a new place this time round, as we felt we had almost become residents of United backpackers. Arriving early in Melbourne we thought we would use the car to drop of our main bags at the hostel in south yarra before returning it to hertz. Claremont hotel readily accepted are bags into their luggage storage before we returned ...
... scared of a twirly ride at a festival in Burnaby. The bumper cars were full so Caleb turned and settled in to the Silly Serpent roller coaster. I am sure he had no idea what it was. It is small but for your first one the movement was unexpected. Caleb's face was in a frown on the first go around, followed by wide eyes and screams of delight on the subsequent ones. Next was the bumper cars. All Caleb took in from the instructions was to turn the wheel all the way ...