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... affect on the future health of our marine eco-systems.
Typical Day:The following is an example of how a typical week will be structured:
7:30 Head to dive shop
8:00 BRUV drop followed by two shark sighting underwater surveys.
12:00 Return to land
14:00 Scientific Paper Debate
... and Ipres. This was the Western Front (as in, “All’s Quiet on the Western Front”), and for the four years of the war, the
Germans and Allies fought over this stretch of land. No doubt, this is where the word ‘entrenched’
comes from: both sides literally dug into trenches and tried to hold their ground for four years. In some battles, one side or the other would gain 850m, ...
... Venice. Overhanging trees against the old brick homes. Brugge really is picture perfect. Back in the 70s they restricted anything on the roofs of any building. They had cable back in the 70s and the results are amazing. Pristine, clean cut city full of yep, character! We visited the basilica of the holy blood, which is a church that has a few drops of Christs Blood in vile. We stayed for the 'holy blood procession' quite cool. After we ...
... It has the history and charm of Bruges, but also more character and atmosphere. And less tourists. I stayed with my friend Aline, who I met in Paris. She had pleaded with me to check out Ghent, so I made a detour there and stayed with her and her flatmates. They were a really cool bunch. Very laidback and made me feel at home. Belgians tend to be very friendly - a down-to-earth nature that may be explained by its lack of military, economic ...
... there was a slight communication error. He meant the last car on the last train which apparently separates from the rest of the train and that part goes to Blankenberge. OURS went to Knokke further south...****! Once we arrived and realized that it was the train's last stop we asked the conductor why he wasn't continuing to where we needed to go he just laughed. We ended up having to ...