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... jazz is asleep and Mitch and ed have just walked us home. We stayed in the kitchen with them two and mike and dave telling gossip and mike told us about his love life haha! Mitch is ****, then they showed us their bathroom etc and bedroom ignoring the no girls in boys rooms rule, then David stood in his doorway observing and telling us to go to bed hahaha postman pat!!! So they walked us home then we couldn't find the key so beck woke up and told us where it was, oh and we stole ...
... on the road. Now the angered elephant raises it's trunk, rumbled and whaled at us. The first elephant sounds of our trip were followed by it charging directly at us! Daddy quickly put the car in reverse to get some distance and the angered elephant continued to approach. Now what!?! Daddy gunned the gas and swerved around the elephant by driving off the road. Distance and dust now separated us from trouble. Amen.
... days. The only negative part which I felt ruined the experience somewhat was the incessant snapping of photographs from two of the couples in the vehicle. Each person with the couple had their own brand new SLR camera which seemed a bit excessive and expensive. And they were each taking pictures so much that I don't think they got to experience just simply watching the animals. James even had a somewhat frightening one foot long lens. It became quite obnoxious since ...
Finally after months of waiting, the day for our African Adventure had
arrived. We woke at 3.10am in Officer in preparation for our 6am
domestic flight from Melbourne to Sydney, and then on to Johannesberg.
were concerns about how smoothly our journey over would go, but these
were all put to rest. Everything went as plans, without incident or
The domestic leg to Sydney was over in little more than an
Our long-awaited, much dreamed-about trip to New Zealand finally became a reality in 2010. Dirk and I started discussing the possibility of the trip during January 2010, and only departed in October 2010. The months in between was spent on (a) saving, (b) planning and research and (c) saving! The research and planning part was primarily up to me, where we would stay, our route, what activities we would do, that sort of thing.
Budgeting was entirely up to ...