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... Belize. then onto caye caulker to dive blue hole and then back to the mainland to hit the jungles and peaks of Guatamala and see tikal. After that i bid farewell to my little travel buddy and head to Honduras for 2 weeks of diving on the Bay islands. Total trip about 6 weeks.
Its been a little while since i went on a trip and a while longer since i had a travel buddy. lets read on :)
Next stop mexico city
... first erected in 1972. Around the ‘Embassy’ are a collection of ‘residential’ tents that have signs of recent occupation. It is basically a protest statement by the Aborigines against the Federal Government over land rights issues. The Aborigines were only given the right to vote in 1962. Previously they were not even considered to be Australian citizens. It was only after similar land rights issues were granted ...
... We had a dinner of cheese and crackers, and tuna pasta, and headed to bed before the midges appeared as we were next to the river. This morning we awoke and made use of the free bbqs and had beans on toast!! After gambling on having enough fuel to get us to Cooma (risky) we decided that it would be a gentle drive to Canberra and so it would give Wilson a break after yesterday's mountain carving. Well, one of us should have looked closer at the map, because ...
... quite a bit up there - but it was perfect on that spring day we went. Definitely worth the energy.
FYI - it took us about 4 hours to do the 9k walk - including breaks.
Ps. We were so tired on the way home that Sarah called Naas road 'Naan road' instead. Even worse, it took me about 10 seconds to realise what she'd called it and call her out on it. A good giggle to end the day.
... day of "Floriade". This is a spring festival (not unlike Ottawa's Tulip Festival) and displays huge flower beds of tulips and many other kinds of spring flowers. It also has an abundance of the inevitable "arts and crafts" stalls, buskers, Ferris Wheel, sound stage etc. This event is on for a month and concludes tomorrow. The flowers have stood up pretty well as the photographs will show.
A second day's exposure to Canberra did little ...