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I am writing this entry so that the travel line on the map will appear but am doing so at the end of my stay n CI
see you there on the next entry.
I ran out of time yesterday- at the Internet cafe. I will sign off on this blog and get to the more interesting stories since arriving in CI
Lucalessia stayed here on Nov 25, 2009 during their trip titled: Lucalessia's Great Adventure.
... tennis balls, hats, basketball nets, baseballs) and school supplies (pencils, grade level books, paintbrushes, coloured paper, glue sticks etc) is what is really needed over in Nicaragua. So if you want to search through your cupboards and find any of this stuff which you don't use any more, give me a yell and I will be happy to take it of your hands!
... longest timber-piled jetty in the Southern Hemisphere.
Construction began in 1865. Beginning as a mere 161 metres, sand drift resulted in an additional 131 metres being added in 1875. Further extensions were made throughout the following 90 years creating the remarkable 1.8km length.
After more than a century of use and servicing over 5000 vessels, the Busselton Jetty officially closed as a Port in 1973. Once closed to shipping, ...
... most point... So we did that first thing in the morning. Which hurt a lot. And took along time. We are glad we did it but it took a while to start enjoying the ride. We got back to the settlement shortly after lunch and played a round of golf before leaving the island. The greens were really funny - they were all lop sided and hilly and had very little flat ground if any. It made for very interesting putting anyway. John thrashed me in the final score but I was the only one to get a ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRoyal Hotel Perth
A lousy run down derelict hotel- it's only claim to fame is that it is the oldest in the city and it shows.I arrived at midnight on the late red-eye special only to find that the hotel was locked.I then discovered that to gain entry I had to go to another hotel pay the bill and return to the unattended hotel only to find that there were no elevators and yes I was on the top floor accessed by shaky uneven ancient carpeted stairs and of course my room was at the end of the longest corridor. Facilities! Zero. There was a bathroom and a sink. I filled the only glass with water crawled into bed leaving the glass on a small ledge at the side of e bed. Fell asleep, woke up reached out to quench my thirst in the dark, missed it and wet the bed! It's a long time since I did that- I have no idea what the staff thought when they came to make up the bed- It's amazing just how much water is contained in a small glass but I fell asleep soon after squelching around for a few uncomfortable minutes.
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