The Devils Punchbowl
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... our native life especially the wombats. The train travels between 250 and 300 Ks per hour and is very comfortable. Our trip will take us about 6 hours and we pass through some very rich farming country before climbing quite high. We talk occasionally to our companion and discover that he has lived in Turin and is a bit of a foodie. He tells us that Turin is the home of chocolate and that from here it went to other countries. He gives us some useful addresses - where to get ...
... so Jo directs us to another way. Thank god the thing doesn't have conniptions but it does try to turn us back onto the M whatever. Jo re programs it and we continue back to her place, find a park out front, which is a feat in itself! Pete has to stay in the car in case a parking inspector comes along, while Jo logs in to the website to book the car as a visitor. Everything these days here is on line and parking for residents costs money. Anyway successfully done! ...
... and cars are well coated with gull droppings, and the buggers seem to be awake all night, squawking and carrying on. You can hire deck chairs to sit on the promenade, so quaint, just like you see in old movies. Most of the beach is rocky, and the tide goes out a very long way. There is a farm of 160 wind turbines about 8 miles off the coast, strange to see. All in all we like Llandudno very ...
18 years ago my lovely sister in law Sheila passed away from cancer very shortly after being diagnosed. It was my first encounter with this horrid disease! Sadly I have become far more familiar with its consequences as my brother, my aunt and a good friend all endured the side effects from chemotherapy and radiotherapy and had their lives changed forever by their battles with cancer.
Four years ago my mum was told she had ...
... to confirm the booking, so thought we had better take the tube to Kilburn as there was a 3 shop there. Getting good on the trains now, just have to make sure which is north and south, when underground you can easily lose ones sense of direction. Made it to Kilburn, topped up phone £10 minimum! We back to the station and our Oyster cards had run out of credit, the assistant there sorted us out with the exact amount, then down the escalator and back on the ...