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Travel Blogs from Shenzhen
... closer to the plane. We were flying Cathay Pacific and the service and food were good. The seat space definately seems smaller from the last time we flew (2002) and it was the first time we had experienced the entertainment system on the back of the seats.
We flew toward Australia and saw land at Fraser Island, then flew up the coast. Jim recognised Great Keppel Island where he stayed in the youth hostel in 1987. ...
DAY 7: Sunday 12 May 2013
Today we tackle the Els Course from the Shenzhen Clubhouse. The theme of the Els Course was to create a lush look of dense trees, wide swaths of manicured turf to evoke a unique flavour of his South Africa - you ...
... Bright, bring your passport and one passport photo, pay them 50€ and write your name on a paper. If you come in the morning, you can collect your passport that same day. At first I thought that sounds to good to be true, but after I have done it I can say it is shockingly true. When I collected my passport I brought along a Dutch person with me who I met in my dormitory and I felt bad for him. He applied in NL, he needed two return trips to the embassy, ...
... to pursue getting something published. That is the direction I am heading.
It's somewhat um ...heavy... but it ends on a positive note! Enjoy.
I’ve been travelling, by bicycle for eight months. Seventy five hundred kilometres!! In hindsight it seems perfectly logical that after being on a bike for all that time and all those kilometres, at some point I would come completely undone! ...
Our walking tour started alongside the reservoir. The hexagonal columnar joints, one of the largest geological formations of this kind in the world, gave us a spectacular view of the geology of the area and how time has crafted unique sea caves along the coastline.
We travelled by taxi on part of the MacLehose hiking trail and into the Park providing us either
turquoise blue reservoir or sea views out to the many surrounding islands. We joined a ...