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... the suits were taken off. I can now say iv been to the beach on christmas day and had a dip in the sea, the weather today was perfect. EVen for it being 10am you could feel the sun alot! I was just hoping i didnt burn my head again cause it got shaved the other night. The time at the beach was short lived as we had to get up the road and ready for going to Henry whites for lunch. John said he would rather just mong out ...
... played that for a bit. Decided to mix it up and played the worlds longest game of ludo. I think its programmed so the computer will roll exsctly what it needs to land of top of you every time. We will not he playing that again. When we were down at checkers we went back into the video drive in place and got inception so we spent the rest of the evening watching that. Love that ...
... by hand signals. What a treat! With the bottom of the competition box at 200m (660 feet) the low ceiling gave Rick an opportunity to practice his rolls, point rolls, snaps and the occasional humpty bump and hammerhead in the small gaps in the clouds. Practicing at a much lower altitude than allowed in Canada takes a little getting used to--especially rolling turns at 750 feet. The session ...
... A lot of birds aren't bothered about you when you're in a canoe. We entered a wooded ravine and it was like exploring a lost world. We saw quite a few Knysna Louries flying from tree to tree, and a giant kingfisher who wouldn't allow us anywhere near him, canoe or no canoe. It's the world's largest kingfisher, 43-46cm long. The first place we landed was beside a pulley raft bridge affair, a sort of boy-scout style raft floating ...
... just above the town, and we're booked into a reasonable guest house. Went in to the town for dinner at "The Girls". Really great meal. Wold recommend it to anyone. I had warthog! Then Lychees and ginger for pudding. Great combination.
Now trying to get you lot up to date.
Corrected the map. Did none of you notice that we'd travelled some 1300km in a day?