Quest on Dorcas
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We started the day visiting Peg, Caroline and Greg. It was lovely to catch up and meet for the first time some lovely family friends of Merle and Pete. We went back to the Showgrounds (Akoonah Park) and got ready to embark on our great adventure. Said goodbye to Merle and Pete and then headed to the port. After a brief tour of the middle of Melbourne including Flinders ...
... nawigacja pokazuje, że będziemy na miejscu o 23:57. Jest git! Po paru minutach czujemy się już na tyle dobrymi kierowcami lewostronnymi, że wyprzedzamy zawalidrogę. Nie pomogło. Na miejsce docieramy 16 minut po půłnocy. Hotel i bar zamknięte na cztery spusty. Znajdujemy kartkę z numerami do obsługi. Ślemy błagalne SMSy. W końcu ktoś odpowiada. Po 5 minutach zjawia się koleś na ...
... hours! I got a picture by my self. Whilst we waited, we played around with the footy with the kids infront of us. After the cup we looked around in the Ron Casey Media Centre. Then in the Long Room. Then we came outside and played around. Most activities were packed up, but not the jumping castle! So that's what I did. Then we eventually left. We went past KFC and dad got us all a crusher because they were half price. Then we went home. When we got home ...
We left the hotel at 6.30 to go on our gorilla trek. There are 17 families of gorillas in Rwanda. Seven are monitored for research and the remaining ten are visited by tourists for an hour each day. only 8 people are in each group at a cost of us$750 per person. We were allocated the Susa family which is the group Dr Dian Fossey studied and lived amongst. We were driven up Volcano Kalisimu to an altitude of 2400 metres at the beginning ...
... adventures! We arrived, exhausted, in Melbourne on Saturday morning and the temperature was...6 degrees!! I was so pleased to be chilly after struggling with the Japanese temps and humidity! After a nap we were up and ready to hit the Melbourne nightlife. We were meeting Danni and her husband Sam for dinner. Danni works for AIG and had agreed to be wined and dinned.....a hard job but someone has to do it!! It was quite amusing as we had never ...