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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... waters in Baltic Sea at summer in Tallinn. So we splashed around and when we felt too cold we headed back to our Homebase in Skippers canyon.
But before we got a chance to leave Invercargill we remembered about the statue of Burn Munro in Queen’s park that we hadn’t seen yet. So obviously we went there and spent good time walking around the park before finally getting on ...
... Hayes in 1977 when Burt retired. Who you may ask is this Burt Munro chap. Well I asked the same question but did remember watching (years ago) a film of his life starring Anthony Hopkins. Burt had a thing for speed and tuned his bikes in his garden shed and achieved some amazing records. On the 26th August 1967 he claimed the World Record Class S-A 1000cc – with an average speed of 183.586mph (one way 190.07mph). This was aged 68,wow. This record still stands to this very ...
... through the window as the clouds dumped a heavy shower on the city. We thought we would have to walk back in the rain but when we walked out it had stopped. No word of a lie, only for the time it took us to walk back. Minutes after we hit the holiday park it started again and did not stop till just before we went to bed. We made use of the lounge and watched the Amazing Race Australia before hitting the hay.
... We began the week at Mataura, a nearby Alliance beef plant. I may be stating the obvious but cows are absolutely huge! The stunning and stimulating process is very similar to lamb except everything is on a much bigger scale! When the carcasses are hung up the operatives work on lifts to move up and down the carcass, they must be about 3 metres long! Our first job was to time the different aspects of the killing ...
... bent over from the constant wind...they look funny leaning into the fields full of hundreds & hundreds of sheep,sheep, sheep! This area really reminds us of Scotland, what with the scenery, the sheep and the place names such as Dunedin, Clyde, Invercargill, Craigellachie, and Bannockburn! All we need is a bagpipe and kilt, and we could be in the Heeelands!
We arrived in ...