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12 February 2007
Lodsworth, United Kingdom

Wow .... made it back home in one piece and couldnt wait ! Mumbai was getting a little more than hectic and the thought of the lovely english countryside was always on our minds. The flight was great, good old BA ! ten h..
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its amazing how close you can get to the seals ... as long as you dont have a club in hand (not pc i know)view from the van .... and at night The port at Picton ... a nice small town.The ferry ! the day before all crossings were cancelled ... the first time ever , but it was not that bad (a couple of beers helped )
View from the top of the cable car above Wellington Oriental bay ... close to where we campedthis is a museum built in the Church Road winery dedicated to the large storage containers used for the white wine
went for a walk to see Huka fallsjust outside Lake Taupoand the view from next to the bunjee jump ... and no , we are both chickens !hmm .. great parking job , funny what people will do for a burger !the view from our camper van in the mornings
the MT ... just down the roadTHis is the crater at MT Eden looking towards AuckalndAuckalnd sky tower in the distanceview of Red Beach .. camped just above this beach for a couple of nightsthis is the van we have been travelling in ... after a good clean up !
view from our camp site of the marina and in the distance the Poor Knight Islands.another great sunset .. View from inside the largest sea cave in the world .. we dived down to 21 metres just outside the entrance tiff between dives ....  struggling with the wet suitthe van on the day of handover ... near the race course at Newmarket
Mt eden .. again , very close to the hostel we were staying atjust over the bridge near Flinders train stationdowntown at night from the observation deck
using a funky camera mode !
we meet up with Jacinta , a friend of Tiffand we ran into some strange people at the mall !view from the beach just outside adelaide ... we visited the
this is the whispering wall and by accident you can hear a whisper from over 150 metres away on the other end !!one of the wine villas on the tour ... more info on this laterthe barossa valeey .. home of very old vines .. 140 years plus producing 25% of australia
we meet with Bronwyn and Robert ... Bronwyn worked with Tiff in Cambridgespot the connection in this picture ....on our long trip to Perth you stop at this strange little place called there is nothing but sand for miles until this and its the longest straight line of rail track in the world.

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