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... guy takesy bag I go to walk up the stairs in front of us only for the lovely bloke to take off out the front door with my other bag me following in toe trying to keep up off we set around the corner of the bloke walk walk then arrive at this little inconspicuous door in a little area on the street. He unlocks it we walk up dingy stairs to a few rooms he unlocks & wahla my tiny room spread not big enough to swing a cat in. But clean & tidy has everything only scaled down ...
... had a roof top seating area, with a better all round view. It was now past 4pm and even with our pick me up coffee and cake, it did little to give us the extra energy we needed for playtime, so the park time was put aside as the kids had still not woken and knew no difference. We stumbled our way back to the car and transferred the sleepy littluns into their car seats and drove back to Double Bay. Pulling up outside our launderette, we fell out of the car and she carried on ...
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... on the couch, with our Lloyd's lounge bevvies and little energy to do anything else other than lift our drinks. I made salad for supper with mozzarella, tomato, basil & avocado in. This healthy bowl was devoured all too quick. We made a joint decision that we were happy to stay in, as jet lag was still hanging about in the background. Massager out attending to everyone's aches & pains, whilst snacking on vegetable crisps and peaches. As light weights we crashed and burned by ...
... about in the paper. Crossing over land again we enter Europe via Bucharest. Contrasting terrain with vast expanses of flat land beside the river Danube? Neat little paddocks of varied hues. A tractor ploughing it would be just warmed up as it finishes. An hour away from Ireland as we fly over the Netherlands the clouds have gathered, so I suppose we can expect the weather that makes it the Emerald Isle. It has been a tiring trip. Although we only had ...