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Monthly Archives: March 2014

Homeward Bound PHOTOS REQUIRED

Our journey is coming to an end…like all good things do… Sometimes, when you have had a good time, you don’t want it to end….and sometimes it feels like enough…and more might not be a good thing. That is how I feel today. We have had a great time travelling and experiencing new things…but it … Continue reading »

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Fan…Fanatical EDIT AND PHOTOS REQUIRED

Clearly not die hard fans Not early enough to be at the beginning of the queue. ..about 267 ahead . Allow 400 through No controls Hot Umbrella Dane indian Bangladesh no one past us Amanda worry Missed Ricciardo and Ferrari Signatures from Bianchi Chilton Perez hulkenberg button and magnussen Cards and posters Seats Headphones Umbrella … Continue reading »

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And David Said EDIT AND PHOTO REQUIRED

…bring a raincoat, it usually rains at the Sepang Grand Prix…but did I listen….NO! So here I sit…under David’s raincoat. He is such a gentleman! We are sitting in a covered grandstand at the end of the first straight of the Sepang F1 Circuit, Malaysia. It has been very hot and sticky all day…with only … Continue reading »

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Practice Makes Perfect

It’s hard to believe that it’s been 29 years since I went to my first Grand Prix in Adelaide, South Australia however I was reminded that it is indeed true when, during a lead up interview to this weekends Malaysian 2014 Grand Prix, Nico Rosberg was asked about his father Keke Rosberg who won his … Continue reading »

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Practice Day EDIT AND PHOTOS REQUIRED

Woke up a bit later due to the late arrival and broken sleep in short bed with very noisy air con plus didn’t set an alarm. .. and change of time zone. Hadn’t heard back from the host with wifi password so had to call and ask for it. Found out first practice started at … Continue reading »

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Farewell Cambodia EDIT AND PHOTOS REQUIRED

Amanda and I went shopping A N D clothes accessories made from materials left over from the big garment factories and waste recycled materials by disabled cambodians Straws made into Christmas decorations Cement bags made into bags and change room curtains Paper bead necklace Coconut shell and crochet necklace Shirt Shirt and shorts for gift … Continue reading »

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Super Stupa EDIT AND PHOTOS REQUIRED

Today is our last full day in Cambodia. Just before leaving Australia I had booked a day tour online with Mango Cambodia…to take us out of the city and see some more of the countryside. Sophea from Mango Cambodia arrived to pick us up from hotel in an air conditioned mini van with seat belts…and … Continue reading »

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See the Sights EDIT AND PHOTOS REQUIRED

After a great nights sleep and a leisurely breakfast we jumped in a tuk tuk to head out and see a few of the iconic places in Phnom Penh. Independence Monument Park Royal Palace Silver Pagoda House of the Elephants Along the river side where Tonle Sap River meets the Mekong Wat Phnom Lunch at … Continue reading »

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Pretty..Phnom Penh

Although we had considered staying on an extra day in Kampot, we decided this morning to stick with our original plans and leave today. Amanda and I had the morning to entertain ourselves, as David’s business continues to grow and he had some work to do. We decided a little pampering would be nice. Amanda … Continue reading »

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Fresh Fish…We Catch ’em You Buy ’em

Early start for me, up at 5:20am to walk about 1km along the riverside to the fishing boat dock. David and Amanda decided to stay in bed. The fishermen sail their wooden boats in from their night at sea, up the river to unload their catch on the dock.

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