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After another late night getting ready I got up early and left for what should be my last trip to the USA. The plan for this one is similar to the second one, when I flew into Columbus, Donelle met me, we stayed the night and then hired a car for the time I'm ...
... the rescue of the miners on the 25 April 2006. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beaconsfie ld_Mine_collapse if you are interested.
The mining museum also had another really interesting exhibitions. We were fascinated on the story of building a bridge across the Tamar. The Batman Bridge. Named in honour of one of the founding fathers of Launceston, and of Melbourne. There were Apple presses, and war exhibitions. The mine itself was left as if the workers ...
... Lao Cai to catch the train back to Hanoi. When we arrived in Lao Cai we pulled up at a restaurant where we had dinner before boarding the train. We weren't very hungry and the meals were average at this restaurant but we stocked up ready for our train journey. Some of our group decided they would like to try some local wine but would like to try a sip prior to committing. The restaurant staff were obliging but the wine wasn't Zoom escorted us to the train and we were soon on our ...
... confirm that La Toya was fixed!!
Our first day at work we had a long list of gardening chores to keep us occupied, from mowing, strimming, trimming, weeding and reshaping. As usual for the benefit of the blog we were posing for photos throughout our morning much to the amusement of Cassandra who was laughing at us from the reception.
After our mornings work and our morning chat with Cass, Duncan and after Ruperts morning ear rubs we set off on a day trip ...
... to visit Trowunna Wildlife Park, which was my favorite activity of the trip so far, and may end up being the highlight of our entire RTW travels for m. I got to cuddle a wombat! And pet a Tasmanian devil! And frolic with free-range kangaroos! So many dreams come true for this animal lover. Dennis enjoyed it immensely, too; he loves animals almost as much as I do, but isn't as overly effusive about it :)
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