Airport Travelair Motor Inn
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Yawn, yawn. Early start. For a good reason. I'm off for a new adventure, starting on the Coast. Doesn't feel too real yet as Australia is my second home. It'll be another week of fabulous friends and delicious food and beverages. Then on to Thailand, land of hammocks, cocktails, papaya salad and ambient heat. Heaven really. Looking forward to fast forwarding my journey back to inner peace without any responsibilities of 'real life'. The joy of travel - no responsibility and acting on a ...
... sector to the city.
Still 70% of the people rely on agriculture and livestock for their livelihood.
I wonder what place forestry has to play?
Thimphu is different to the rest of the country with the many new low rise apartment blocks being built in the outer suburbs. Jobs?
Will the locals still love their King as much as they adore him now? I suppose that Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck, the ...
... The money from the ATM (8000CFP) works out to be entirely unlike 80 AUD in that it may be that by an exchange rate, it buys us nothing like that in reality. Ok. I know. We shouldn't expect too much. We knew this was going to be expensive. We purchased some food for dinner, and headed back to our motel. Before trying to wrestle with the power point and convince it to recharge all our devices so when we get to bora bora tomorrow we would be stranded without contact ...
... I took in a lot of sleeping myself). We seen several interesting sites including the Tane Muhuta in the Waipoua Forest. This tree is known as the ‘God of the Forest’. It is the oldest known living kauri at over 2000 years old and is massive. The Waipoua Forest was full of them, and they are probably the biggest trees in diameter I’ve ever seen. There are not extremely tall but still quite large nonetheless. That and the double scope of hokey pokey ...
... invited back for the house warming and were there for hours and were expected to eat first and didn't really know how to tackle the unfamiliar food. Maureen rang later to thank us for the lovely card and words of thanks. Al and ELs came up this afternoon and took us to the Auckland museum which had a big Maori exhibition that had amazing carvings. Also great white sharks ( models! ) that delighted Al and a house set up to demonstrate the effect of an earth quake. Els had ...