Camden Motor Inn
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... and also experience negative G's as well. There was no putting your hands up and looking cool, it was a hold on for your life kind of ride!!! We then thought it was time for the kids to have some fun so we took them to the kids area where Caity had a ball going on all the rides there, even the road runner roller coaster which looked as though she was going to cry while on it but came off and said it was fun - even decided it was her fave for the whole day. Leon and ...
... to extract the sliding door. Apparently quite the effort. The good news is that the Merc door weighs heaps and we reckon that replacing it will save us 20kg.
We have also bought ourselves a camping stove so Allan (the barista) can make coffee when we visit with Chris. It is lovely to sit outside in the sunshine and enjoy proper coffee without the huge expense.
Hopefully next week there will be some activity.
Completion date is still the 2nd ...
... intense time. Endeavouring to maximise the experience, I was 'running here, there & everywhere' but for me, I needed to stop and grab that moment of silence, a long one, away from it all. It's incredible to think what happened in 4 1/2 days in Antarctica. It’s like no other place on Earth - that I’ve seen anyway. I’ve been unsuccessful in finding a suitable word to describe Antarctica. When people ask how was it, they are a little perplexed by my 'It was ...
... we are constantly taken for Germans after all) but now he was glad to just tune out the gobbaldlygook without the annoyance of understanding, and wondering what was the significance of failing the sixth grade spelling test! Sleep was interrupted the following night with the sounds of people running around shouting a name, others cried out, "Quick, lets get out of here" and "There's CCTV they will know who it is". As people gossiped at 4am by the stairwell outside our room ...
... was quite good for a kids movie :-) . One of the polar bears had just had a baby less than a month ago, and we could see it sleeping on a live video-cam. We ended our day there with a ride on the monorail back to the front of the park. We did note that the seagulls in Australia are just as obnoxious as the seagulls in California.
Sea World is located on a landmass called The Spit, consisting mostly of parklands. Once we left Sea World, we drove down ...