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I yell you what, it makes your leg muscles work. And your ankles. No wonder people run of the beach to train.
I walked for quite a while, mostly looking out to sea, when I found a little cafe.
I went up and asked how far England was across the sea, and his response is something you'd never hear in Australia or anywhere apart from Europe.
"It's not far, you can see it on a clear ...
... affect on the future health of our marine eco-systems.
Typical Day:The following is an example of how a typical week will be structured:
7:30 Head to dive shop
8:00 BRUV drop followed by two shark sighting underwater surveys.
12:00 Return to land
14:00 Scientific Paper Debate
... just realized they call it a ship instead of a boat even though it is a Riverboat Cruise) to the waffle shop. We were served the lightest Belgium waffles ever. We each had a waffle topped with strawberries, powdered sugar and whipped cream. Delicious! We continued our walking tour with our guide, Taz, telling us about interesting buildings & facts. We arrived at the chocolate shop where we walked through, viewed and smelled the locally homemade chocolate candies. Our ...
... tour guide will take turns speaking in both languages. She immediately comes across to us as someone who was disinterested in being there. After a couple of stops we realise that she has the most dry sense of humour that I have seen in a while and I start to like her. We tour through the brewery and out. It was nice but I got the sense that they dont do a great deal of brewing on site these days and the buildings are mainly for tourists now. We are taking up ...
... house before being captured after an anonymous tip and sent to a concentration camp, very powerful place to stand in and appreciate the conditions that so many Jewish people endured during war times. The story was not a happy one with only otto frank surviving (Anne's father), who ended up publishing Anne's diary that she kept during their years in hiding. With respect we couldn't take any photos of the house and annex but that is ok. We then walked into central ...