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Well folks, as they say "All good things must come to an end". And while this blog doesn't fit that category, the trip was a phenomenal journey. It was a time for all of us to spread the bird conservation ethic and just enjoy the company of colleagues. We laughed, we cried, we got really sweaty and hot - but I can say I never tired of the company or the people we met along ...
... have to clear immigration if you are just in transit. In the US you have to clear immigration, pick up your bags, clear customs and then check your bags on to the next flight before clearing security and immigration again.
Initially we had to clear some photographic based computer screening that wasn't working and therefore a lot (most) of the people had to queue to be done by a real person. Joan's clearance ...
... into the Veterans Day Parade so we watched that and enjoyed the floats and marchers before heading in to finally grab something to eat. Will was starving by this point. We stopped at an Asian cuisine place where you build your own dish so we got just what each of us wanted. We then continued on to an alleyway of beautiful intimate restaurants. We found a grill place right at the end which had a very reasonable menu with lots of options ...
... of driving from Stonehaven to middle of India in a straight line. Cruise control is a wonderful thing!! So I make it to Miami, no real problems, eventually find where to drop off the van and head to the bikini hostel, sounds worse than it is. It's actually really nice. Although it is 2 triple bunk beds. There is a jacuzzi, a bar, a pool, a pool table the whole lot!! And it's quite close to everything. So Andrew ...
... have to attach weights to their shells to allow them to submerge properly. If the turtle never recovers the ability to control its own submersion it must stay in captivity as this would make them incapable of feeding properly or escaping danger in the wild. While we were there we met a Green turtle called 'Bubble-butt' who had been a patient at the hospital for 22 years! The hospital also tries to rehome these individuals to other aquariums if they can. It was really ...