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... and though tunnels. At the top Bec started to feel quite nauseous, dizzy and disorientated. We think that she was very dehydrated from the 12 hours of flying the day before with minimal fluid (to avoid the plane toilets!) and hadn't really drunk much today either. Eventually she was well enough for us to hike back down. Which took about 20 minutes. We then relaxed down the bottom and had some food, before setting off walking back to the ...
... five more Australians. All had been on the ship a number of times. This ship has many loyal Australian customers. The show was a young Australian man named Danny Elliot who could play about any instrument known to man. He was exceptionally good, especially doing Jerry Lee Lewis on the piano and Charlie Daniels on the fiddle. And you haven’t lived until you hear Rock Around the Clock on bagpipes.
Day 6: Champagne Bay, Vanuatu. (Supposed ...
... it. Our second day was spent mulling around San Fran's infamous china town and visiting pier 39 where hundreds of seal lions relax on the docks most of the year. On the 3rd of our 6 day stay in San Fran we went to Alcatraz: what use to be an extremely high security prison located a mile off the San Francisco coastline. It was a cold, dark, rainy day which made the experience all the more eerie. Taking the boat across to Alcatraz island, we tried to envisage ...
... at the top that covered us all. This made trying to smile and stay still in photos fairly difficult!!!
Hanuama Bay had pretty turquoise waters with lots of reef. You hardly have to swim offshore to see the fishies swimming around. Blake, Matt and Nicci even saw an Eel, ick!! The reef was super shallow and I was paranoid about scraping on it especially when waves rolled in. Despite the line to get into the bay and then the ...
... t think any of us, have had worse cocktails in our life. Disssgusting! We couldn't stay any longer than the one drink and moved on. We looked at a few shops and decided to try and get into dinner reservation early.
I have to say, I have never been to a teppanyaki place before and was quite nervous. I am a picky eater so did not know what to expect. I am glad to say it was amazing. It was the most fun and our cook Kris, ...
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