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... did not have time to sell our car, a silver Hyundai Tucson. Tarak Patel agreed to sell the car for us as he knew my wife from ISPC. Stupidly and because I trusted him, ownership of the car was transferred into his name. Eventually the car was sold for Seychelles Rupees 250,000 (Pounds Sterling 12,700). The first payment of SR 150,000 (Pounds Sterling 7,600) was received in October 2012 and was used as payment to ...
Singapore Airport is one of the nicest Airports I have ever been to. I have there many times and each time I go there they have done something different. We didn't know until we were about to leave Singapore the we were going on the new A380. It is a very nice a big plane unfortunately we didn't get to go upstairs, we had to stay downstairs in Cattle Class. The meals were good and plenty of them and the service was great. ...
... less effective anyway. A very different story from on our original visit and the need to extract £40 for 'essential' injections. No apologies for misinformation and no hint of a refund.
So we have decided not to worry about getting typhoid - well I have, but Sue has been reading 'City of Joy' which is set in Kolkata where we will spend a month in December, and I can see just a little more furrowing of the brows with each chapter that she reads.
Days 14 to 19
Etosha is recognised as one of the world’s greatest wildlife viewing areas. Besides game drives we can also game watch by
night at one of the floodlit water holes where we may well spot Rhino, Elephant and Giraffe among a host of other wildlife.
From here we then head east and cross into Botswana where you will have an opportunity to leave the truck for a few days to
venture into the Okavango Delta. Local poler guides will navigate ...
... sports. Apologies for being a little naughty and not letting on that Andy, Caroline & Tim completed the Inca trail alone whilst I took the advice of the wonderful Doctor Alfredo Jijon at the Metropolitano hospital in Quito and spent four days lazing around eating and sleeping back at the hotel in Cuzco before taking the train to Machu Picchu to meet up with them at the end of their trek.
So after 80,000 miles, across 29 countries taking 55 ...