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... Jason thinking the 3 photos were free photos! ( there were some accent issues! ). The pub in Leek Wootton. THE TOP 5 MOMENTS FOR EACH OF US... Zoe - the Eiffel Tower, Wicked & Mama Mia, the Paris Shopping Day, Hampton Court Palace and The Gondola Ride. George - the Colosseum, Hampton Court Palace, the Normandy Tour, Windsor Castle and the Arc de Triumph. Jason - the Colosseum, the Normandy Tour, the Eiffel Tower ...
We were really impressed with the information set out here, just amazing. We both learnt a lot about this site and the Apollo II mission.
Honeysuckle Creek Tracking Station is famous for the television images of Neil Armstrong's first steps on the moon which were relayed to the world via Honeysuckle.
Whilst walking around this big site, we also saw a female Satin Bowerbird, look at the lovely blue eyes. Another great day.
... and nicer than what we got at Nullabor. We stopped at the old telegraph station at Eucla for lunch, it's all buried by sand dunes, but ticked that off the list. Drove down the Madura pass just before Eucla. You don't realize how high you've climbed until looking down the escarpment to the plains below. Then completed the next border crossing. We called in a couple of times and were blown away by the cliffs along the Great Australian Bight, ...
... Information Centre was very interesting with 4 separate exhibitions. One of these depicted the famous 1915 Coo-ee March. 35 men from the Gilgandra district set off to march to Sydney to enlist. At each town the men would call out "coo-ee come join us". By the time they reached Sydney there were 351 recruits.
We set up camp at Eumungerie Recreational Reserve, 27 km S of Gigandra. It was a ...
... Blue Cow had closed for the day and we would
have to go to Perisher instead.
So we hopped on the tube and the students clung to their
skis and poles all the way up until we reached our destination. We departed the
train, went up the stairs, walked out the doors and in front of us was what was
predicted, and yes, it was cold, windy and wet.
But (and this is where the resilience kicked in), no one was