peterconnor

Originally From
,
Current Home Base
Port Macquarie,Australia
, Australia
Currently Travelling To
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Languages
English and can read a moderate level of French

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Originally From
,
Current Home Base
Port Macquarie,Australia
, Australia
Currently Travelling To
,
Profession
A semi-retired HR Manager, former teacher and former police officer
Number one on Bucket List
Spend two weeks in Paris and a week at The Smithsonian Institute Washington
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I ran out of room above and wanted to keep sharing some experiences. I loved Route 66,The Grand Canyon, San Francisco and Alcatraz, the scenery of NZ, a different world in South East Asia, Three days down the Yangtze River. Beijing, Shanghai, Nagasaki, Amsterdam, the gateway to Europe.  Vietnam, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia.  I loved Berlin and Munich. Stratford on Avon, the town of Billy Shakespeare . Edinburgh and The Royal Mile. At the cemetery at the rear of the pub where Greyfriar is buried and his little dog Bobby used to sleep on his grave.The history of Norfolk Island.Crossing The Nullarbor. Skinny dipping in The Great Australian Bight. The Killer Whale Museum in Eden. A must see.Chicago (couldn't give you two bob for LA. I am sure it has its charms, but not for me) New York is a blast. I love Prague, Salzburg,Innsbruck,I have been atop of Hitler's Eagles Nest. Zurich, Rome and walked the Cinque Terra. Positano, Lake Como, Penzance, A Gaelic Footy Match in Dublin, Antwerp (didn't go much on Brussels) ..ahhh Venice and St Mark's Square. Bury me there or just tip me into the canals!!!!!) Vegas..hmmmmmm.ok but won't need to go back. Hawaii, ok...slightly overrated but worth the trip alone to the Pearl Harbour site. Loved Santa Fe, capital of New Mexico...brilliant.  I have seen and done much more...but I am sure things will come up during my blogs.