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13 minutes ago, Bowm54 said:

Transporter bridge, Bilbao Spain?

 

Correct.   It came up this past week in one of the railway journeys and DH and I went down memory lane.    Just great and now your turn.

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16 hours ago, BrissieB said:

Saigon Central Post Office/Ho Chi Min City Post Office? 

 

That was my thought too but it was already answered. I have been in there when I wanted mail some motorcycle tyres I'd bought back to Oz. The postage was 10 times what I paid so I brought them  home as luggage.

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2 hours ago, OzKiwiJJ said:

They're only easy if you know them.🤣

 

Isn't everything easy when you know them😆

2 hours ago, OzKiwiJJ said:

That one had me stumped. The scenery looked a bit like NZ but the peaks were wrong.

 

It's an iconic viewpoint so I figured even if you haven't been someone might have seen it on a travel website. Though with international borders closed the island might find itself in more demand😜. The two peaks are Mt Gower and Mt Lidgbird.

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12 minutes ago, ilikeanswers said:

 

Isn't everything easy when you know them😆

 

It's an iconic viewpoint so I figured even if you haven't been someone might have seen it on a travel website. Though with international borders closed the island might find itself in more demand😜. The two peaks are Mt Gower and Mt Lidgbird.

Lord Howe Island ????  but i can't find a picture like that one

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21 minutes ago, By The Bay said:

Port Vila, Vanuatu

Correct, photo was taken when on Legend of the Seas final return cruise before  she relocated to Europe and became Tui/Marella Discovery 2.

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6 minutes ago, OzKiwiJJ said:

Langkawi?

Correct. The cable car is the steepest in the world and runs from Teluk Burau to the peak of Gunung Machinchang at 708 metres high. It is on Langkawi Island in Malaysia. Your turn.

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26 minutes ago, NSWP said:

Guessing, looks like somewhere i have been, eileen donan castle?  . Scotland, rings a bell anyway.

Correct. Eilean Donan Castle in the West Highlands of Scotland, just down the coast from Kyle of Lochalsh which is where the bridge goes over to Skye.

 

We were on a rail "cruising" trip, a four night journey on the Royal Scotsman. Kyle of Lochalsh was one of the overnight stops - not rattling along during the night on that train, it stops every night so people can get a good night's sleep. 

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