Lake Dunstan Motel
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... one. Kirsty wasn't tempted either.
We were doing the luge instead. Perhaps more sedate than jumping off a cliff but great fun none the less. As newbies we had to have our 'driving lesson' before going down the easier of the two runs. We mastered the stop, go and steer quickly and started off down the run. They get up to a good speed and the course winds its way down the mountain side with many hairpins, drops and tunnels. We went back up on the ski lift, which is ...
... to myself so much.
I was singing songs to myself again all day today. And the songs from the film Annie were still in my head. So I was singing and acting on "You're never fully dressed without a smile".
Molly was still ill so we had to close the pool with one less person. It was a bit annoying as it meant me didn't have that much time to do everything properly. Anyway, before then the pool was pretty quiet and there ...
... the limit rather than get a fine or punishment it was decided the they should just be deported back to England. Her deportment date was the 2nd August and the day before she apparently found out she was pregnant! What a thing to go home and tell the parents - hey mum and dad, I've been deported for drink driving and I'm up the duff! Pretty tired now so hopefully will get another long nights sleep. I'm covering for Molly tomorrow. Nothing better than getting straight back to it! Ero Tergum ...
... drink. There's a big oak tree in the middle of the vineyard - hence the name and that's been around for many years. The locals in the area refused to let it be cut down because it was a tree where people wooed and were wooed under. Still to this day people get proposed to under there and have weddings and photos taken. The lady in the shop told us of one man being refused as well so the tree obviously didn't help him woo that much! Oh we had a giggle. I ...
... a couple of seats floes to a noisy and large Indian family, and I went off to get us water and I found some nice t-shirts.
Karly and I visited a great sweet (candy) shop called The Remarkable Sweet Shop in the Terminal and bought Turkish Delight, Gummy Bears and other various little forgotten treats I used to have as a kid.
We finally boarded and Karly had a window seat and after take off ...