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... we woke up groggy and very, very bleary eyed. None if us had realised just how wasted we had got the previous night and we concluded it was most probably the drunkest we’d been on our trip so far. Nonetheless we were throuroughly invigorated after Mark made us a delicious fry up for breakfast. Mark and Ian looked as though the previous nights events had had some lasting effect as well but it had been a very fun night and certainly worth it. Hangovers can be the bane of mankind ...
- China (including Tibet) is a great place to visit
- China is a very safe place for travel
- An individually designed tour was the best decision we made
- Never thought we would need an Aliens Permit in Tibet
- Learn to use chop sticks or you will become very hungry
- Practice your squats before arriving
- Beware of ...
... Then once over to the island we all had a chance to go boom netting - photos attached and you will see it was insane really being drug behind the boat on a net but totally fun with all 8 of us out there together. Addison was tired today and so she really struggled to get focused and found the net booming scary and cried, so we have some photos with and some photos without her. Good news is that she became Lisa's right hand girl and was happy to keep an eye on things with her. ...
Upon arrival at Brisbane airport, we were both at our most vigilant to ensure that we made it to the transit area rather than walking out of the airport. We dutifully checked for signage and failed miserably as we got caught up with all the enticing duty free offers. With our booty of rum and vodka we joined the immigration queue. After a good 10 minutes, both of us had that horrible nagging feeling about two things; firstly, were ...
... nearly 12 years in Australia. Most people wouldn't think that was a big deal but I am going back to a city that has dramatically changed in those 12 years. The earthquakes that Christchurch has suffered since 2010 have left a shell of a city. A lot of areas can never be rebuilt again, some of our iconic buildings have been damaged beyond repair, more than 50% of buildings in the CBD have had to be demolished. It is a city that has ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility