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... creatures. It was such an awesome thing to see. The journey home began on the 1st of November. We took a boat ride at 8 AM from Nosy Be to Ankify. The boat ride was an hour long, we then took a Taxi Brousse to Ambanja where we were on a 15 passenger vehicle, however of course to make more money we were holding 29 passengers and bursting at the seams! We then waited in Ambanja for two hours before the long haul back to Tana. In Ambanja we experienced the ...
... for sustenance later in the day, well not more food anyway!
After a stroll along the wide promenade overlooking the River Mersey and Liverpool we called in at The Magazine Hotel which is one of the oldest pubs on the Wirral with its building dating back to 1759. We then continued onto the more more modern shopping and dining area located on the seafront housing the likes of Morrison's, Home Bargains, La Tasca and Starbucks to name but a ...
... Maritime Museum but have found that the city has a lot more to offer and we are looking forward to exploring it.
On another note - we have, at times, found various accents quite challenging. We were going well in Inverness until we had to have a discussion with one of the receptionists, Caroline. Her Scottish brogue was very thick - Chris managed to decifer most of it but Bruce had no idea what she was saying. Most of the young ladies in Liverpool ...
... heading in to take in the pregame atmosphere and soak up all I could of game day. The pregame rendition of You'll Never Walk Alone was even better than I had imagined and left me truly speechless. The game itself was a bit like Liverpool's season so far - promised much but at the last touch failed to deliver. It looked like Liverpool had snagged a winner in the 77th minute before ...
... she would like that...and I am staying at her bungalow, she is in residential care and will need to stay there from now on. A sad time for her and all those involved and connected to her. I finally meet David, who bought her previous house and has somehow become her carer, doing shopping and so much more over these last fourteen or more years. Joyce speaks loudly ...