Odyssey of the Wealthy

From Newcastle
In South Africa
To Newcastle
In Oklahoma,
Newcastle of Kwazulu-Natal of South Africa
The largest town and third largest urban centre
Located in the North West Corner of
Province along the Ncandu River
And is moderately industrial
Town started life as post Half Two
On the journey between Durban and Johannesburg
Newcastle, seat of the local municipality by same name
Also, seat to the Amajuba District Municipality
1864, Newcastle created as fourth town after
Durban, Weeben and Pietermaritz burg
Named after British Colonial Secretary,
The Duke of Newcastle
Newcastle, a major transport junction
And popular stopover for wagons during the 1800`s
Estate of Lucky Dube,
Samora Khulu, Pastor Khathide
Sizwe Motauna
Siyabonga Nkosi and
Peggy-Sue khumalo
Former Miss South Africa
Newcastle of Oklahoma of the United States
Largest City in McClain County
A part of the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area
Considered to be part of
A rapidly growing area of northern McClain and Grady Counties
Known as the Tri-City Area
With Tuttle and Blanchard
Main Street in Newcastle, formerly called Ozark Trail
Running from Rogers, Arkansas
To around Roswell, New Mexico
Ozark Trail bridge over South Canadian River
Between Newcastle and Oklahoma City
Was first federal highway project built in Oklahoma
1999 tornado outbreak, a striking of parts of Newcastle
Resulting in destruction of several homes in city limits
The 2000`s brought a Waal-Mart Super Centre
At the Tri-city shopping centre
South Africa merged in the United States.

From Castletown
In Malen Parish
To Castletown
In Scotland,
Castletown of Malen Parish
Town geographically within the Malew Parish
Malew, a parish in the Isle of Man
In the sheading of Rushern together with
Neighboring parishers of Rushen and Arbony
Malew parish with a covering of
Area from Langness Pennisula and Scarlett to Foxdale
And includes villages of Ballasalla, St. Mark`s and Derby haven
Area includes Ronaldsway and Balthane industrial estates
And the Isle of Man Airport
Town lies on north-western side of Castletown Bay
Notable people include
John Christian JP, born 1776
First Deemster of the Isle of Man
Sir Joseph Davidson Quattrough
Born in Catletown, 1885
The Speaker of the House of Keys, 1937 to 1960
John Ready, British Army officer
Lieutenant-Governor of Isle of Man, 1832 to 1845
Notable buildings; medieval Castle, Castle Rushen
Which towers over the Market Square to the south-east
And the harbor to the north-east
HMS Rushen Castle (K372)
Former Castle-Class Corvette of Royal Navy
The Old House of keys, on the location of Tynwald
The Manx parliament
Castletown in Highland of Scotland
Village on the north coast of
Highland council area of Scotland
Within the historic parish of Olrig
Within the historic County of Caithness
The A836 links it with Thurso and Tongue in the west
And with John o`Groats in the east
The B876-A99 links it with Wick in the southeast
Harbor of Castletown built by James Bremner
Castletown`s main building I call Drill Hall
Mainly used for parties, discos and small Clubs
Modern industry of my village includes
Manufacture of domestic food storage freezers
Castletown of football team, Castletown FC
With pitch regarded as best in Caithness and Sutherland
Castletown with a small hotel
The Castletown Hotel, formerly The St. Clair Hotel
Castletown and Castletown
Between Malew Parish and Scotland. allstate customer service

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