The Old Fourpenny Shop Hotel
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... Thanks for following along, it's been fun and gratifying to know friends and family have been on the trip with us.
Many have commented it was "the trip of a lifetime". Well, yes... but we hope not, more one of our trips during our lifetime. We're already thinking about where to go next.
Midge and David
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... about to step in when another one of the group dressed with his face painted like a kitty cat, ears on his head, and a velvet tail on his butt, grabbed the guys arm and told him "Step off, mate" and freed the girl. The drunken man mumbled something negative about us while we walked away. I was impressed by kitty cat man and surprised that didn't lead to a fight. All the bars we visited were named after animals and the last one ...
... live prey, but I'll have to see that some other time. After the owl came the big one: the Andean condor. With a wingspan of 10 and a half feet this was the largest raptor bird in the world. It was a marvel to see its giant wings fly close above our head and then off to the tallest point of the castle. The behemoth of a bird came back to do a few more rounds of crowd pleasing flying directly above our heads.
After the demonstration I made my way to the roost to ...
... up to spec. By his own admission, Kev's dyno figures are conservative compared with those from other makes of dyno, so if all you want are headline figures to impress your mates, you may want to look elsewhere. However, if you want your bike set up to its optimum by a consummate professional who's a throughly nice bloke into the bargain, look no further than Kev. I certainly wouldn't take my bike anywhere else. Nice one Kev!
... in at the butcher barber shop.
The butcher barber was both the barber and the butcher. This meant if you had any ailments you would go here for services. Whether it was "medicine", surgery, meat or just a shave. Richard came in with "an injured hand" needing to be removed as infection would set in. Oh my, how very gruesome the process. I'll give a short and brief description.... Slicing back the skin and rolling it up the arm, filleting the muscle and ...