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Very quiet and peaceful...enjoying thus far..just got here last night
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Back on track, at Maydena I was put to work, donned appropriate clothes and chatted with possible future volunteers. How I wished we had Where-ever on that day but the local shop provided food and we had a thermos with us. I would be taking Where-ever in the days to come - after all wasn't Where-ever the mobile catering/accommodation for this trip? Besides I could have taken a nap in the comfort of Where-ever whilst Col chatted.
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... of them, all beautiful in their own way...except maybe Coen, but were not going to ruin this blog by reverting to the dark days. It gave all of us a chance to bond even more, cement our friendship through naturally beautiful views and helping each other with the walk. Sitting looking down over Dove lake from the facetrack with my new travel companions is a moment that will stay with me. Unlike most of my moments travelling, there was no alcohol, no games, no partying...it was just ...
... lucky to have Vincent to return to. We can change into something warm. Not only that the gear was also muddy so we ran a load of washing in the carpark. Now that is convenient you couldn't do that in a 100 series Landcruiser!
Believe it or not by the time we got back to Franklin (one hour away) the sun was shining.
Tomorrow we are expecting a howling wind, and lots of rain.
... you! A smiling driver with my name on his clipboard was a welcome sight at Hanoi airport I can tell you - it was now after 11pm and I had been on the go since six that morning.
No traffic on the roads meant an easy drive into the old town area of Hanoi. Passed many traditional houses - they are so narrow! Some would be no wider that ten feet (truly!) - about the width of my living room. Apparently in days gone by there was a 'width tax' imposed on houses as land was ...
Each year (26-29 dec), the Sydney-Hobart yacht race tests teams of intrepid sailors who challenge the Southern Sea. The sea dominates life here and Hobart is an important centre and jumping-off point for Antarctic research, not only by Australia but by other countries including China. Australia's tiny Macquarrie Island (1500 km) is the only land mass between Tasmania and Antarctica, 3000 due south. Two days ...