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In the early afternoon the train glided into our destination. It was school holidays so little ones were joyously meeting up with grandparents, anticipating a week of being thoroughly spoilt.

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  1. This kid makes me smile - he looks so happy :-)

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  2. Interesting shot of hustle and bustle. I can almost image in my mind a time-lapse where the smiling face coming toward me is the same lad trying to juggle his luggage and his pillows. I bet his Grandad took all that off his hands quite pronto!

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  3. I can almost hear the sounds of the crowds. It's a very cinematic shot, JE. Bravo.

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  4. The little chap in the foreground looks pleased to be starring in your blog.

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