The Ol Duke
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... to wait until tomorrow. When Paulo will have a first estimate. If we get no for an answer we will go to Chili anyway, hire a car, drive to Patagonia and Ushuaia and decide about shipping our own car to Argentina later. That's another way of driving around the world. I hate the idea of having to leave the car in Australia. After all we have done to fit it out for all possible circumstances. We can cope with any imaginable problem. Except if we can't drive ...
... declared in 2014 his desire to represent his adopted nation in the Davis Cup. Keen to let his tennis do the talking, the former no.71 has started 2015 in fine form, coming through qualifying in Chennai before winning his first round match vs. world no.88 Lukas Lacko. HOME FAVOURITES While British involvement is (unfortunately) quite light, home participation from Australia appears to be on the up as finally a batch players appear to be coming through to ...
... a dunking to totally bring down the head heat. Sufficiently cooler, we sat and super dried in the scorching sun, by laying back putting on our tunes and dozing off in the heat wave. Considerately turning over to blitz the other side and drift off back into a semi conscious state, with the two raucous groups nearby to keep us from actually sleeping. Rousing ourselves about 5.30pm with the stain of salt covering our tightening skin, made the decision to pack & ...
... the day which was less than the day before. I was a bit nervous driving without a spare tyre but I figured there was nothing I could do about it so best to dismiss that from my mind.
Around the Victorian border I got stuck in a funeral procession travelling at about 80 km/h and I don't think they particularly appreciated my overtaking but a convoy travelling at that speed really is pretty ...
... cafe culture in Melbourne's so you see people drinking their Lattes all over the place, with the Brunetti Cafe in City square just one of those I passed.
The core CBD of Melbourne is a fairly strict grid with east/west streets alternating between a wide street and a narrow lane. The lanes in almost all cases are one ...