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... did the city tour much of which we had already walked but good information. One piece of info a building which has what you would think are sun shades all around are in fact there to catch any falling windows. There was a fault when it was built, so far 200 windows have fallen out.
When got back to start of the tour the area was busy as bets were being taken for the Melbourne Cup which was at 2o'clock. Had to place a ...
... my phone. It had slipped between the seats. Ahh!
I was glad to get back on the road
after all that activity. Let's just drive; that is simple.
We stopped in Kenmore at the Coles to
get some food supplies for the weekend. I bought some lettuce,
hummus, milk and muesli for breakfast and lunch. The others stocked
up (working through lots of indecision) and we were soon on the road
I was quite hungry and so we stopped in
... Life mysteries...
I got back to the sanctuary just after
the bus disgorged all 11 other volunteers! Wow! Full house! It was
myself, Daniel, Nora, Olly, the Aussies Dylan, David, Steph and Emma,
Jazmyn, and the three Japanese vollies. I needed some alone time, so
sat away under the café roof so the seat was dry. I sipped my tasty
green sludge smoothie and read my book. David came and told us we
were called in. I was startled because I had been looking up at the
... and we said goodbye to our fellow passengers and thanked the crew for the experience.
It was Monday (24 August) afternoon when we got back from the Whitsundays trip, and we had an afternoon to kill back in Airlie Beach before our 8pm overnight bus down to Hervey Bay. I was still feeling pretty ******n awful, so Sophie kindly agreed that we could set up in the shade somewhere rather than sunbathe. We found a padded seated area where we could sprawl out and nap in a ...
... Zealand on in 2014. It's an expedition cruise and involves mainly zodiac landings. This meant we had to buy quite specific water and cold proof boots. Recommended was a brand called Bogs. They are basically cold proof (rated to -40) wellington boots. They weigh 2kg a pair. They are huge. They take up a lot of space in our bags. Then there's the walking poles, the hiking boots, the thermals the mid layers, the outer layers. Because it's The World there's also the jackets ...