Murray Premises Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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I never thought I would be going to India this year. I feel lucky to have been selected to join this team of volunteers and feel grateful for the amount of support I've received from friends, family, coworkers, my students, and even people who I don't know, and who don't know me.
I hope to learn ...
... not have anything to worry about as due to the adverse weather conditions, the ship's stabilisers were extended. These stabilisers or 'fins' extend 5.8 metres from the ships hull and sense the rolling motion of the ship and change their angle to compensate, acting in much the same way as a wing flap on an airplane. This reduces the rolling motion considerably, about 80% which means that I don't get sea sick in these conditions as I normally ...
Next stop was to drive up to Twillingate another village on Iceberg Alley & Whale watching route! We spotted 2 more smaller bergs but no whales in sight. The "boulder" on this berg was gone the next day, shows you how fast they change shape. Twillingate was once an island, one of a string of islands joined together by causeways, an incredibly scenic area. We were rewarded with clearing sky's & awesome views of the ...
... into the staging lanes, and sea gulls trying to get a free meal. It was a sight to behold.
It was a pretty warm and very windy day, so the tailgate was over once the food was gone. Everyone headed back to their rigs to stay cool as possible. We fired up the generator and the AC and hunkered down until 4:30 when they started to load the ship.
As half of the first lane was loaded, they stopped loading of large vehicles (us) since some idiot driving ...
... he was getting 'screeched' in later at 'Christians bar' on George Street. It only seemed fitting that we should all go down and join in. I wasn't that keen as it's just a tourist tat thing but that peer pressure is a bastad.
We piled in a couple of cars and got dumped off in George Street. After about half an hour and a couple of Margaritas in Christians, Alan strolled in. We all shouted his name and he slowly turned around thinking 'who the ...