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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Family rooms
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... volunteer is to assist with all aspects of our local and global shark conservation initiatives.
Everybody on this project is expected to be dedicated, hardworking and focused on the goals and objectives of the work we carry out.
Days can be long and sometimes physically demanding, so we need our volunteers to be motivated, dedicated, flexible and willing to help where and when needed.
Working together, as a team with a common purpose, we will have ...
... mate Maki and got him out of bed and he gave me a commentary. I’ll give you a quick rundown of his commentary; 'Chile have the ball, and eh, Chile have the ball, and eh, Chile have another shot, and eh, oh ****, Chile have scored … hang on I’m going for a **** … oh **** I’m back and its two nil, and eh, Chile have the ball, and eh, oh **** they could score again.’ The seven of us Australians on the bus to Fulham had a ...
Don got up early and went for a run. We left the Plaza hotel at 9:30am and walked (with our trolley cases and back packs etc)to a cafe by a canal. We had agreed to pick up the car at 11am, so arrived a bit earlier to do the paperwork. We found out that we had been upgraded to a Citroen C4 with lots of bells and whistles, including an inbuilt navigation system. Don was a bit disappointed initially that it wasn't a wee fiat. The Citroen has many extras but making good use ...
... down to the local Water Garden, but Brendan continued to feel worse. Eventually we headed back to the hostel and Brendan ended up seeping for the rest of the afternoon. Aching muscles, sore stomach, fevers, the works, and it came hard and fast. Not good for Brendan, but probably relatively good timing seeing as we are in Brugge for 4 nights and it's a pretty quiet city. So that was the end of our exploring that day. I enjoyed the rest too and managed to read almost an entire book, sitting ...
... the spear wound. It is taken out for veneration most days, but not on the one I visited. Sobering stuff- the picture is of the shrine that the blood was once kept in (no longer). Somehow I didn't feel it was right to photograph the tabernacle itself. With daylight slowly fading, I trekked on toward the outer parts of town to the Folk Museum. Entry was €1 - couldn't have got much better for the price. It was set up as a series of rooms representing different ...