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... keepers had these birds trained to the point where they could have them swoop across the crowd causing people to go rolling for safety. At one point one of the condors wings glanced my head as I ducked for cover as it returned to its owners arm. Really impressive half hour display from birds with wing spans taller than me. Arriving in Vience was like stepping into a surreal never never land. Where most cities have car choked roads ...
... only to awake with what felt like needles stabbing into one of my eyebrows..no idea what that was about but Advil took care of it).
So while Mel was in the tub, I unpacked all my wet stuff. Purse, backpacks and suitcases are all soaked including some stuff in them. The scotch guard didn't quite hold up as we would have hoped TL.
Next on the agenda…we need FOOD.
... of jobless African and Bangladeshi immigrants selling (illegal) fake handbags and roses, employing some questionable, very pushy selling tactics involving following couples and shoving roses in their faces. After the square I meandered my way to the surprisingly large park in the city’s east, to various churches and the Arsenale, a naval dockyard with a grand entrance gate. Much of the day was spent simply wandering around admiring the city and its unique beauty, peeking ...
... Marks Square getting some more photos along the way and caught the ferry back to Lido around dusk. We went to dinner at a little restaurant in Lido and I had lasagne which was one of the best I'd had in Italy so far, Lachie had a creamy pasta and we shared a pitcher of wine. The next morning we visited Lido beach, which was on the opposite side of the island to where we were staying. We found ourselves in a private beach with rows upon rows of beach huts on the sand, and all ...
I couldn't believe it; here I was sitting at the Melbourne International Terminal awaiting my flight to Italy. A year ago as Rod and I sat covered in dust at the Brunette Downs Races up on the Barkly Tablelands, we could never have imagined that just twelve months later I would be working in the travel industry and heading off to Europe to sample the product.
A chance conversation over a glass or two of bubbly on Derby Day had led me to a position with an ...