Citysider Holiday Apartments
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... celui d’un requin par exemple. La stratégie de l’animal réside à attraper la proie avec ses puissantes mâchoires et l’amener dans le fond de l’eau pour la noyer (les crocos peuvent rester sous l’eau plus de 6 heures). Une fois noyer le crocodile pourra manger une partie ou la totalité de la proie. Ils vivent au-delà de 100 ans et peuvent dépasser 6M. Ils sont d’une patience sans fin et capable de se ...
... passenger). Starting at Yungaburra, we visited to the Afghanistan Avenue of Honour. This living memorial opened in 2013 to commemorate the courage and commitment of those who have served in the fight against terror in Afghanistan. The tribute also recognises the bomb detection dogs who support our troops.
Yungaburra's high profile landmark is the huge Curtain Fig Tree. These marvels form when a seed is deposited in a host tree. It germinates and the first root ...
... Park and leaving our car. We were lucky enough to catch a bus that only stopped at the A and B stops, then express to the airport. We had already printed our boarding passes at home, so it was just a matter of going straight to security checks and then onto the gate lounge. After boarding the plane I was fortunate to be able to use the Virgin inflight entertainment app that I downloaded on my iPad ...
... a video of meeting Sam and Katie at the airport. Totes emosh. ****** Sam got the same trainers as me though 😒 Sam and Katie's apartment is so nice and in such a nice area, what I imagine Miami or California streets would be like with the palm trees and beaut houses. Anyway, it's super late so I'm going to sleep, poor Sam is on the floor, hostel hunt tomorrow! ...
I am having a fantastic time in Cairns and a good part of the reason for this is due to my host. Let me introduce to you Dox Bird (I'm going to give a lot of detail because I know it can be difficult to understand couchsurfing): Dox is a 55 year old retired teacher, but the history of his work and education is so extensive he could probably entertain me with stories until Christmas. He has taken early retirement due to illness, and he sees it as a blessing because it has changed ...