Helios Costa Tropical
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... the traditional 'Overland' route to Australia via Iran, Pakistan, India etc but the Silk Road through the 'Stans’ also seems like an interesting option too, especially as we have been reading about it in a bike magazine of late.
We have some important decision to make and each day a new opportunity arises, guess we just need to make sure we open the door when it knocks.
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It has been 12 months since leaving Australia ...
... I should be able to manage it. Martin and Lesley scramble down it with ease in just a few seconds. John follows by a slightly different route. That leaves me at the top and suddenly it isn't looking quite so easy, but there's a good hand hold just here, which I can put most of my weight on ..... blimey! (or stronger language to the same effect).
The hand hold has shifted an inch or two and has nearly come away from the rock completely. I instantly let go ...
... was a beachy section for the Bahamas and they had the skin of a zebra on their wall from Africa. There were family pictures everywhere. It was a nice little getaway from our big group for the night. They were so accommodating to us. When we first got there we sat out on their patio and had little snacks. We had hummus and peter made us dates wrapped in bacon. They were absolutely delightful. (Now say that in a British accent.. haha) We sipped some champagne and then went out ...
... one! I woke up at four am and felt Je'maine sitting at the then of the bed, I felt her back with my foot and nudged her a few times to figure out what she was doing, she then whacked my foot really hard, to my horror, when I pulled my leg into the fetal position, I then felt the real Je'maine lying down right beside me. I lay perfectly still, frozen with fear for four hours. It definitely was not a real person because the door ...
... the west is prevented by steep cliffs and the southern side also looks too steep to ascend. But from the east, the peak has a gentler slope, although there's what looks like a small rock step at the bottom, which will have to be bypassed.
So I use the track to traverse below the sheer cliffs of Peak 1 and, after quite a bit of descent and re-ascent, arrive at a sharp bend where the track crosses the east ridge of Peak 2. The "small rock step" has now taken on a ...