Rainy, grey, not really a promising day for admiring sea views. It wasn't helped by the coach driver leaving us poor souls at the back of the coach sweltering, steamed up and travel sick for a good hour or more. I had asked several times for the temperature to be reduced without success. It was only when I gave him a mouthful at a break that he realised there were 2 controls for front and back. Dickhead!! The road was very windy and swoopy. One woman was actually sick and we all felt nauseous just because he couldn't be bothered to listen and learn the controls.
Still, he was a nice guy and took his dressing down well and won't make that mistake again.
As a result we really enjoyed our pitstops on the outward journey despite the gloom.
Carolyn and I had a really good day together. I'm very lucky with my future mother in law (especially as she is only 10 years older then me).
The elegant plastic mac I bought at the cricket in Perth.
Low cloud!! But the rain stopped and it was starting to brighten up promisingly with the good stuff coming up.