Hotel Brasserie Cesar
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... species, both on a local and global scale.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES:
- Conduct and co-ordinate research aimed at species counts and identifying threats to native shark species.
- Developing workable, realistic and environmentally responsible solutions to those threats.
- Provide consistent, reliable and vital data to conservation, fisheries management and governmental agencies.
- Provide free education programs in local communities to educate on ...
... had no idea were, but at least the lunch was good !!!
Once we got our numbers, we rode back to the hotel where an early night beckoned !!!
Up early, we drove to the start line, ate, and then went to the start, and once again the comments started about the bikes !!! Now the beauty of this race was that you did not have to line up to start, it was just ride up and away you go as it was all timed, so we did this.
It wasn't long before ...
... Penh, Cambodia. Just in the last couple of years the Kingdom of Cambodia has arisen from the ashes of war and internal strife, and its monumental treasures are again on show to travellers.
The incredible temple complex near Siem Reap has astounded archaeologists since its rediscovery and subsequent recovery from the jungles, some 150 years ago. The famous Angkor Wat is but one of many ...
... to see some of the pictures of the places I've visited. Then I helped Céline with some job applications. She's hoping to find a job in Brisbane when she arrived there on 8 July, so fingers crossed she can find something good :) Then I took my clothes out of the dryer, folded them and put them in my bag and we made our way to the train station to catch my train to Ghent to visit my friend Nathalie. This is a girl I'd met on a tour when I was in South America in 2010 and ...
... We got dropped off in a normal part of town that we would shop in the next day and then we first of all walked to the grasshopper. It was like a 4 storey pub. Top two levels were like a pub with smoking and no smoking sections, the middle was like an actual smoke free coffee house and the bottom had one counter for coffee and the other counter was the 'dealer'. He had a selection of pre rolled substances, things you could purchase by weight and a selection of baked goods. Was ...