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... should take it as an omen or mantra for this trip. Settled in my new seat, I take out a short length of 2mm nylon rope and begin learning to tie a bowline knot, which my flip-card guide says is a very useful knot. "The rabbit comes out of the hole, around the tree and back down the hole" I repeat silently as the flight attendants go over emergency procedures. By the time we are above the clouds, I am tying the knot with my ...
... not to try. Luckily apart from a few fish and birds, I didn't come across any really scary creepy crawlies but there was no way Tara was going in.
The following day we drove to Carnarvon. It was another relatively long day on the road but at least we stopped at a few interesting places including Eagles Bluff and Sandy Beach. Originally named, Sandy Beach is this incredible stretch of beach where the entire beach is made up purely of shells and nothing else. Billions and ...
... br> location to another. In our story, reluctantly some things will have to be ignored.
On Natalie’s suggestion we wisely took a detour to see the Craters of the Moon National Monument.We took several delightful short walks through the lava fields which are the
remains of volcanic activity that was all part of the world’s largest volcanic
basin, centred on Yellowstone NP ...
... taking in the views of the harbour as well as sampling some of the local clam chowder, the weather was a lot cooler than previous days so we headed back into town and grabbed a coffee to warm us up. Outside they had closed the road and there was now a street market in full swing and with all the Christmas lights and decorations we headed back to the room feeling ...
... monks and friars during the 1700s. their actions founded 21 missions, or churches, at approximately 30 mile distances - which was one day's horse ride - with the first one in san diego. the road between the missions was called the 'el camino real' or the royal road, parts of which still exist today. the place names of the missions have given this part of california a lasting legacy.
after walking across to cannery row for a second time on the hunt for ...
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