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... dance and drink extortionately priced Coronas. Fortunately, as with so many other times in this town I had very good company and as a result I had a great night. This made me think on the way home that even if there was something missing in my life, the one I have had here has had its moments, and the people are the one thing that may well tempt me back. After nursing a slight hangover, the rest of today has been spent cooking, packing, watching Top Gear's Christmas ...
... main road into DRC with associated traffic noise rather than animal noise. The response from the safari company (Elite Safaris) when we complained about all this was basically, this is what we agreed on. The local response from the lodge was to try to offer an alternative room – but that would have meant asking another family to move out and not something that we found acceptable. (See review at...)
· We disliked the stay we were forced ...
... to the pub, where some other Women v Cancer participants, identified by their pink charity t-shirts had also seemed to have the right idea. The pink t-shirts acted as a magnet for the other members of the group and soon we had multiplied and were taking over a rather small table.
It has been great to finally meet the other ladies taking part. It seems we are all anxious about the same things (the ...
... updates as they get older, and to find out how many cockerels I have)
Not really sure wgy, but I havent had the 'buzz' I had with my other trips, but hopefully this will pass once I am on my way and am in India
What else can I sday now, everything is packed, I am on my way
Hope you enjoy the blog and photos when I post em
Stay warm people
I have had an email from Anand, the safari guy, he will be meeting me at some point, hopefully
... buy a legal drink! This may well explain why Shine (as illegal moonshine on PEI is called) is still the preferred and traditional drink at most social gatherings and weddings.
Prince Edward Island’s Shellfish Festival
Every September, competitive shuckers, celebrity chefs, music lovers and a host of shellfish fans gather in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island for four days of festivities, all built around the ...