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... on the other side of causeway a big crocodile surfaced on the northern side of the causeway and hung around all the time we were there. Unfortunately, our attention was on photographing the signage when the croc on the northern side came straight up out of water, jaws open with a poor fish in its mouth which is chewed or whatever they do, before settling back into water. Des wandered down to rock embankement - out of crocodile range- and was lucky enough ...
... Platform. While we where in there a Pilot came in. Dad and him had a good chat and we found out he was driving a plane to Singapoor.
We got on the train that transported us to the Airport. We had to go in costums and all that stuff. After that, we settled down to get a Hot Chocolate until our gate opened to get on the plane
... where instead of just getting a bachelors of ecology, I'm getting a international bachelors of ecology. We have to go abroad and all of my classes are geared towards the world so that my diploma will be stamped from CU, here and Dublin City University. I also have to take video classes, so I am taking a class here that is lead by a professor in colorado and there will be a huge video screen and there will be boulder students ...
... the weather was perfect. Signed all of the forms and bought the video package before moving onto the briefing room. We got suited up and given very very brief training on what to do during the jump, all I really remember is sit on the edge of the plane, legs underneath and head back, then when landing keep your feet up. We got in a coach and drove for 20 minutes to Illawarra airport, I met my instructor a German guy called Max and we got ...
... from the mainland, but then again some distinctly different from any geography that I had before experienced on my travels through this great southern land.
We drove, sometimes insilence (apart from the chatter from other passengers) and suddenly, the bus driver would point out historical sites that made me
want to stop and investigate what had actually happened there two
hundred odd years beforehand, but we had a schedule to keep, as ...