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... volunteers surrounded by thousands of tins of food and an army's worth of rice. We dived into one of the packing lines and set to work filling the family bags: 5 tins of sardines, 5 tins of corned beef, 8 sachets of instant coffee (which I felt seemed like an odd choice for emergency food) and two kilos of rice. The work was rhythmical and repetitive, the room was sweltering with so many people moving around and no fans and there was plenty of heavy lifting to move all the ...
... is this Bato yes we have a good laugh over this. We pass a cemetery where men are digging a hole, she asks what they doing, burying someone, Nooooo we tell her it is a cemetery she seems a bit upset but sees the funny side after a few mins. I have never me French people before with the humour these two have, this is becoming a great adventure. We finally get to Bato and have to change busses to get to the shark place,again we are offered different forms of transportation ...
Found an internet cafe and asked if they have SD card.
The driver tried to think of another internet cafe and took us there.
Driving up and down the main road. Seems shops are either not opened or they just give us a blank face when we asked for SD card. Hmmm, do they really understand what we want?
The drive ...
into the road on a particularly bumpy stretch, much to the bemusement
of a nearby dog. Seeing the worried look on Tom's face, and not
realising what had happened I actually thought that we'd run over the
dog! Fortunately my trusty rucksack, a present from my Dad and Step
Mum on my 18th birthday is made of sturdy stuff and has
seen plenty of the world in its time. The only damage from its brush
with danger was a hole in the side pocket where ...
... breathing is more difficult, all normal things. First we have to look at a colour chart that on land had red, green, yellow etc on it but down here all the colours are basically greens and dark blues.
Next we test for nitrogen narcosis. Without getting scientific this is **** that happens to mainly everyone at these depths but with varying degrees depending on the person. It's not dangerous in itself but the symptons can cause problems that can be a ...