Author Archives: David
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
There are a couple of buslines that travel from Battambang to Phnom Penh all similar in services. We chose Sorya for the journey…The most extraordinary bus trip I have experienced yet. In the beginning things boded well, there was only a dozen passengers hopping on the bus at BB….sweet, I’ll be able to move around … Continue reading
Here we are at the Gold Coast airport just about ready to fly out for Kuala Lumpur. It’s really nifty how it’s so super cheap these days to fly in to southeast Asia, and then, for the price of a bus fare, fly onto another country like Cambodia. Buckle up, we’re off.
Snapped the picture of these clouds on the way to Brisbane at Gatton. The drive down to Cabarita Beach was a good one, a little slow with the odd crappy driver about doing strange things but the weather held and we all arrived safe. Looking forward to enjoying a relaxing time with a swim enter … Continue reading
Every year around Christmas we go to the cinema. This year my boys Daniel & Mitchell have made the trip to Queensland for the week and we are going to see the Hobbit in 3D.
I have added a new page to dacj365 where I will from time to time to add little 1 minute video themed on a fixed scene and the people passing by hence the name 1 minute passersby. I came up with the idea whilst sitting on some steps beside the Notre Dame Cathedral in the … Continue reading
We got in to KL around 6.30am after good flight, well fed and watered. Managed to watch two & a half movies including Hunger Games and a cool movie about Ice Hockey called Goon. I also got about half way through Fly fishing in Yemen, I will have to rent that one at home so … Continue reading
Whilst in Paris we visited the Eiffel tower in the evening. There were thousands of people about with many picnicking on the grass in the park beside the Tower. No deck or folding chairs to be seen, just rugs and towels. Cheese and wine as far as the eye could see.
They had some very well set up rooms for us to look through. A chateau with a long history.
The thing I like most about Venice was Murano. Okay, so really Murano is a separate island to Venice altogether so what I have said is not entirely accurate. We did visit both places in the same day and I liked Murano the best. I have always like Art Glass and Murano is a glass … Continue reading