Swinfen Hall Hotel
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... not allowed to have bank accounts. Aaaaaahhhhh! Finally we have access to our money and remarkably, even a bank account. So finally I hope that all the stressful bits are over and we can start relaxing. Otherwise we will have to come home.
Then there was the motor-home. It is great and we are pleased. It was just exhausting to try and learn all the buttons and switch over from 220 volt to 12 volt to gas, the cassette toilet, water, ...
... of the ship I found a bit of shade and listened to my audio book "weaveworld" This evening after dinner we went to Manhattan to listen to Antony Adams who did a tribute to Frank Sinatra I really enjoyed but it was best not to look at him as he didn't look at all like Frank Sinatra. After that we went to Malabar to listen to Catch 22 all in all a very enjoyable ...
... said, well that sounds interesting and so the seed of an idea began. The trip has taken 8 months to plan, we have mapped out our route, booked flights, motels, hotels, apartments and even a wigwam, a show, an odd tour here and there and almost ready to go. The dog is booked on her holidays with a very dear friend for a whole month, aged rent is cared for and telephone numbers left and dort in Oz is ...
... a trip across the globe to explore Asia and Australasia. Many people would consider us foolish, irrational, imprudent, self-involved, short-sighted, extravagant or selfish but after umm-ing and ahh-ing about all of these points, we decided that we were going to do it anyway (I think the old "you might get hit by a bus tomorrow" idiom was actually used). There is absolutely no 'proper' way to go about your twenties; if we all did everything we are 'supposed' to be ...