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... Here she explains what she does for her local community and what she hopes to achieve in the future.
We have total confidence in her ability to create a valuable service for her local people and to improve their lives through her projects.
It is our hope to return to Lake Bunyonyi in 2014 and assist her further with these projects.
She has built ...
The continuing saga of the SeaLink Booking.
To: "SeaLink Holidays" <email@example.com>
Thursday, 9 May, 2013 9:47:36 PM
Subject: Re: Confirmation for
GRAHAM HEATHER - File Ref 897719
Just in from work, and went to pay this invoice, but I note that it says 2 x adults @ $332.50 each.
This booking was for ...
... seen were loaded with it. N.Z. also has close to 40 million sheep and so export a lot of wool. Surprisingly, China has about 140 million sheep and yet still import from N.Z. After dinner on board, we went back into town to check E-mails etc. as our time on board had run out. Then we sat on a bench on the beach area and Mel had a cigar while I checked out the night sky. It was a little too bright to see a lot but I was surprised to see Orion, upside down! We left port late tonight, 10:00 ...
... headed off on an 9 hour excursion. Timber is one of the main exports of New Zealand. The Monterey pine was introduced to New Zealand and thrives in the country. The trees are pruned after 8 years and ready for logging after 20 years. Most of the timber goes to China for making paper.
We drove through Te Puke, the kiwi capital of the world. In 1905, the Chinese gooseberry was introduced into New Zealand. ...
... We also don’t know it yet, but we will sadly miss the scenic beauty of New Zealand. We chose to do the countries in this order for climate and seasonal reasons. What we don’t yet know is that, in all but a few instances, the scenery we will see over thousands of kilometres on the road in Australia will not hold a candle to even the least interesting scenery in New Zealand. And, truth be told, we will feel slightly cheated.