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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 ...
Sunday May 26, 2014
Hello My Dear Friends,
Today, I took the tour (Quasimodo Tours) out to Flanders Fields and the WW1 battlefields. It was
a really great day – I learned a lot, it was well-paced, and there was no stop at a gift shop. And, as an added bonus, everyone on the tour was from a Commonwealth country. Flanders Fields is about
40km from Bruges, spanning roughly the 8km ...
... the only one left within the city of Brugge. Tour booked! Brugge is famous for Chocolates. They have hundreds of shops. Even a school dedicated to mastering the art of making chocolate. Chloe was jumping out of her skin. The streets of Brugge are probably the best streets I've walked yet. Cobble stones line the roads and footpaths. Surprisingly, as I didn't know, but they had canals running through the city that could hold their own toe to ...
... time. And the food was great too. Belgium doesn't seem to do main courses; only snacks. Belgian fries (yep, they were invented in Belgium) with mayonnaise, speculoos cookies, chocolate and waffles. It’s pretty much all you need in life.
After Bruges, I moved on to Ghent. Like many smaller cities in Europe, I only knew of it from its football team. De Buffalos ftw. But it’s a really cool city; definitely my favourite ...
... They were really friendly and super friendly even offering to drive us to the information centre to pick up a few brochures of the local area and surrounding towns. What really surprised us was how many apartment buildings there were for such a small population, it was like a mini surfers paradise. Oostduinkerke is a very popular summer destination for the Germans, French and the Dutch. After Bernard left we took up the opportunity to walk along the beach into town as it ...