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... aspect of this trip. I get to spend Christmas, New Year and time in general with Ashleigh. It’s great that she is having her own adventures and I have to say how incredibly brave she is traveling around a different continent on her own. But in truth I have missed her terribly. it is said as we get older it becomes apparent that parents need their children more that our children need us. From personal experience I find this to be an absolute truth. ...
Having booked all the flights and arranged paperwork we now had to plan our route and arrange accommodation. After much research and several changes of mind we finally opted for two nights in Vancouver at a lovely looking B&B. This will give us time to explore the parts of the city we want to see and recover from the flight. We then move on to Nanaimo where Heather found a brilliant looking B&B. Finally we have the last night ...
... Trip 31st December New Years eve! 1st January Visit Rosanne 2nd January Brisbane 3rd January Drive to Noosa 4th January Fraser Island 5th January Fraser Island Noosa 6th January Sunshine Coast 7th January Singapore 8th January Singapore 9th January Travel Home via Dubai 10th January ...
... Darwin was born and raised. Just to call in my Dutch side, Shrewsbury was twinned with Zutphen, in The Netherlands in 1586. So a relatively recent connection!
Visit Shrewsbury, stay in the centre, go to the gardens named 'The Dungle' which are trumped only by the Chelsea Flower show, see the round church and visit the museums and castle. The river Severn snakes around the town enough to provide visual appeal but not to be inconvenient. There is something for everybody. A+
... 1000 shillings - £7.00 per uniform), School shoes (approximately 500 shillings - £3.50 per pair), School bags (approximately 500 shillings - £3.50)
Fun day out at local swimming pool (with food) (approximately 10,000 shilllings - £70 for 20 boys, this includes: day passes to enter, hire of matatu, petrol and lunch), Educational day out at Haller Park, local wildlife sanctuary (approximately 3500 shillings - £25.00), Chips ...