Travelodge Hickstead Hotel
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... sadly not seen! So...lots of fun and plenty to eat and drink...have not heard of Tim Noakes here!!!! We move off to Swakopmund tomorrow...brrrHugs and love from us here...xxx
Swakopmund Coming to Swakopmund is a surprise every time... As we neared the coast the temperatures dropped from 30 down to 18 degrees and from being so dry that your nose bleeds to this moist saltiness is amazing. Thank goodness there is no heavy mist and the sun ...
Woke up this morning and Billie still wasn't feeling very well, which is disappointing. Managed to FaceTime both Mel, mum & dad which was lovely as hadn't spoken to em in a while as I'd been up North with limited internet. So as Anita (Daniels mum) had sent me over here with gifts for Daniels half sister, I decided I'd go see her today. As I had nothing better to do. As I was ...
... in 1833 and the Greenwich Mean Time is still used as a time reference throughout the world today. Walking back down, I found a little cafe to have some brunch, well might have been to late for that but it was good. Finishing lunch I went to have a look around the Cutty Sark. It is the world's sole surviving tea clipper, famous for her record-breaking passage around the globe. It was initially built for the China ...
... br> Overnight in or north of Tauranga area.
Tuesday 28 Jan
Visit Rotorua & Lake Taupo & then through to Napier
Overnight in Napier (Tauranga to Napier 282 kms)
Wednesday 29 Jan
Spend the day in Napier sightseeing & also see Ani & Simon & family
Overnight in Napier
Thursday 30 Jan
Travel to Bulls to visit Pohiri's parents. Visit Parewahawaha with ...
... And you can't do it all. I can see why Mum and Dad stayed in London 6 weeks. There is just so much to see and do. So I am pleased now. Done lots Seen heaps. Onto Stratford on Avon and a Shakespeare play! I'm loving this! Sent from my iPad On 17/10/2013, at 1:10 PM, Daryl Street wrote: It's amazing...well I think it is...you board this aluminium tube thing with wings in one place and climb out of it hours later in a completely ...