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piqaboo wrote:We'd bring ribs, if the customs folk would let us pack that much dry ice....
Schmeelkie wrote:SOOOO JEALOUS!!!!
Want to take the family down-under and NZ someday. Bella at least needs to be a bit older - in my long-range planning I was thinking when she's more like 10 (and Pumpkin would be 13). If my sister-in-law's family is still in Paupa New Guinea we could go see them too...
On our honeymoon to Ireland we didn't really have any plans - landed in Dublin and were leaving from Limerick, so had to get to the other side some way. Were thinking of going south and curving around the southern end and looping back north to Limerick, but travelers at our first B&B (they had been coming over from the states every year for about 15 years or so) convinced us to go straight across and visit the Connemara area and go south from there, dipping past Limerick to Dingle peninsula. Turned out great - all the B&B's they recommended that we could get into were the best ones of the trip. The most spontaneous trip I ever took - I'm a real planner. but probably one of the most fun... Have to get back there sometime soon too!
piqaboo wrote:Thanks for all teh info.
I'm making a nice file with all your suggestions, which are greatly appreciated.
Lemme look up Cambridge - might be in our general direction of travel.
Yes, there will be dates, and even times.
But not for a week or two yet.
dai bread wrote:I have 2 spare bedrooms, O.T. One has a queen-sized bed, the other a single.
And yes, analog, Bert Munro lived in Invercargill, which is the southernmost town of any size in this country. Have you seen the movie?
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