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... games and have some drinks.
We had a great time that day, but most important, the Rotary Spirit is alive and kicking in Guayaquil!
2) Visit to Monte Sinai with Father Simon and Daniel
If you can remember from a previous posting, about a week ago, Daniel and I tried to find Monte Sinai and Father Simon's school in the jungle. We found the perimeter of Monte Sinai but never the school. So, we decided to give it another shot, but this time with ...
... camper vans. Smoking and preserving the salmon on the spot is high on the agenda, and everyone seems to have the gear to do this. The banks are lined with fishermen here, and there is a big flock of seagulls waiting downstream for scraps.
We stop at the Wrangell-St Elias National Park Visitor centre, which is on the west side of the river, even though all the park is on the east side of the river. The centre is quite interesting, with some good historic photos, and ...
... he was the first one up. I know
we can hear our family now. Man you guys are wasting day light. But the
greatest thing about Alaska is the sun don’t go down till about 1:30am. That’s
right we are on “Alaska Time”. There is plenty of day light. It’s 11:15am we are
on the road. Next stop Homer in 2 hours, with one stop to get some fishing gear
We are stopped at some road construction
so it’s going to be ...
... large part of the year, it doesn't make much difference?! The houses generally all had lots of windows and large garages. A visit to the Alaska Public Lands Information Centre was informative. We learned about the bear reserve at Kenai, where visitors draw lots to be allowed to form part of a limited number tour. Humans coexist with bears there, with strict rules about leaving each other alone, no feeding etc. It all seems to work well - although what would happen in ...
... in our backyard the other day and coincidentally a notice in the letterbox to say we would be prosecuted if a bear got into our garbage - I don’t think the bear put the notice there but it was a Larsonesque moment.
Settling in, recovering from jet-lag and pre-departure exhaustion, getting bank accounts, finding my office and looking for a car consumed the first week or so. Buying a car was a saga. We duly followed the advice from ...
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