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... declared we had 31kms of fuel left. At this point we were all pondering who would draw the short straw and go for a jog. Jen was definitely going to pull the 'I can’t run until Christmas’ card. After mild panic (Matt insists this blog specifies ‘by some’), sat nav guided us to a petrol station just in time.
The journey took us from the serenity of the rockies with ...
... shin indicated to me it was time to take our leave...
One thing about Princess Cruises, they never leave you at a loose end.. always an activity of entertainment to occupy you..
There had been Naturalists, a female Iditerod winning musher ( who loved cats..) and park rangers from the various park areas we entered both on shore and in the ship... all very informative.. We did not bother with the cabaret and comedians...
... so we pulled some bits and pieces from the internet and decided to go to Granville Island for some food.
We asked the hostel reception how best to get to Granville Island Market and he said get a bus. We promptly ignored his advice and decided to walk. The weather is virtually identical to how it was at home, overcast and muggy. We walked down Granville Street which is possibly like no street I’ve ever been down, ...
... was opened, and Dianne hot-footed it down there to get an excellent view of the proceedings.
Eventually the ship does the very slow full rotation on the edge of the half-mile safety zone, hangs round for a while, then retreats from the bay, with the last photo of the glacier taken at 4.32pm. The combination of the wonderful sunny weather and the very impressive glacier made for a spectacular afternoon, and another highlight of the trip.
It’s a ...
... buses, and all of the hassles that goes with all of that. I always feel for visitors on public transport in Melbourne. The number of different rules and systems around the world makes it a real adventure, and Melbourne's isn't at all helpful for occasional users like tourists. However, I did eventually make it, and my camera was fixed and waiting - yay for the good guys. All the camera settings were now different, but at least the sand ...