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... Cultural Village. On this Vanuatu tour you will experience a chiefly welcome by the Chief and villagers who are in native costumes before entering into the village.
This is a great opportunity to learn and experience our ancestor's way of life in the past centuries. Learn how to prepare native products such as using ...
Hello! we are now on hallowed ground back in dear old Oz. We have been en route for 24 hrs but now 4 hrs in Brissie domestic airport awaiting connection so in all it will be aout 31 hrs door to door. Remarkably we have both not found it a problem and managed to kip on and off for quite a lot of the night. I indulged in several good movies,Budapest Hotel, quirky, funny, with Ralph Fiennes, and an Austn movie and Edmond ...
We spent the day chilling on the beach. Whilst Chris did some surfing I sat down to read my book with a bottle of recently purchased Port. Unsurprisingly the bottle was getting quickly devoured and by the time Chris returned my head was beginning to swim from the drink. We got a bite to eat on the beach and after foolishly dropping a chip on the sand a squadron of about 20 seagulls began to circle us in a threatening manner. They were persistent *******s as well, no ...
... a from-scratch butter chicken for dinner. I have to push through the tiredness today because tomorrow we are back at work and school. It would have been wise to have had tomorrow off to recover a bit but I had actually forgotten we lost a day in the time zone change, and thought our plane arrived Saturday. Never mind, we'll be ok in a few days. We had a wonderful time in every place we went and can't wait to go back, especially to ...
... my parents and Tez went to bed, Mary and I stayed up longer just to talking about pretty much everything. It was a really nice first night.
Day 1: March 20, 2014
We got up around 10.00 and Mary already had breakfast ready because she had to take the kids to school at 7.30! It was a great big breakfast, including lots of bacon, cheese and ham. After such a long time we were so happy to be in a country where you have things that we were used to consuming so ...