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... about our trip: Time: 10 weeks Countries visited: 5 Miles covered: 39,000 Miles driven in Oz: 1,131 Apartments rented: 5 Hotels stayed in: 16 Friends & family kind enough to put us up: 3 It's been a really wonderful experience in very many ways. Ten weeks away has been both relaxing & rejuvenating, quite a different feeling from a two week break that ends too soon. We've covered a lot of ground but travelled at a pace that felt slow enough ...
... size: 12px; line-height: 17.02400016784668px;"> Behind the market lies the mouth of the Pandurucan River. The Pandurucan River, unlike Labangan River, is actually not a river but a lake. A saltwater lake. A tug boat can be used to cross the mouth of the (lake) river for 2 Php from the steps at the back of the market. The market lies between Capt. Cooper Street and Raja Solman St. Captain Lawrence Cooper was a guerrilla leader in the Second World ...
... of our fellow tour members. We immediately got along with a Kiwi couple (Jas & Becks), some Welsh lads (Vivian-Dad, his 2 sons Spencer & Jordan and their mate Richard) and also a couple of English lads who lived in Aus & NZ for a couple of years, Ben & Jack. We ran into Cow and his Mrs, Emma at the camp, then we all headed into town for a tour around the streets and were shown the bull run. While there our leader Kent gave us an overview of what to expect in the ...
... for eating.
She had a wonderful time looking at the assorted animals, including chickens turkeys, horses, Lamas, sheep goats, rabbits and one killer squirrel. No Glen. She did not appreciate the yum yum jokes.
Baby Joy had expressed a desire to see the Cutty Sark, she was fascinated by the history of speed and ship design. She was not disappointed.
All this effort and hunger struck. So lunch was ...
... Olympic Park. I though it would be busy but I was not prepared for the massive crowds that consumed the entire park. People everywhere! The aquatic Centre was our first stop, where we watch some diving from the top tier. It's a beautiful building, but were pretty far away to see very well - luckily we had binoculars and zoom lenses. We also saw some Athletics at the Stadium - the men's 4x400m qualifying, ladies high ...
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