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... species, both on a local and global scale.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES:
- Conduct and co-ordinate research aimed at species counts and identifying threats to native shark species.
- Developing workable, realistic and environmentally responsible solutions to those threats.
- Provide consistent, reliable and vital data to conservation, fisheries management and governmental agencies.
- Provide free education programs in local communities to educate on ...
... house filled with old skulls, second world war paraphernalia, and other odds and ends!
... have a gorgeous old tower which you can climb up. After a 45 minute wait where we were the third to last to be let in before they closed shop for the day, winning, we started the climb up the tower. On the way up they had a room where all the mechanical stuff would play the chime on the bell every 15 minutes, we of course waited to see this unravel – quite a sight. At the top we were blown away by the 360 view of the stunning town, especially ...
... know he'd been here. well, that's why I do the blogs, so we can sit and read them in later years and know what we did. hmmm, looks like we'd better start reading some already!!!
So, on to this trip! took the Eurostar which is always fun because I get a bit better than the standard tickets so we get food and good seats. usually a place to put our bags too. always good. we were supposed to get a train from Brussels to Brugge on the same ticket. ...
... windmill, Zoutelande where we stopped for lunch and a beer and then back to Groot Valkenisse. They definitely have it worked out over here for bikes. There are cycle paths everywhere and they are not like the narrow lanes you see in the UK. All the towns have plenty of cycle racks and the amount of cycles is unbelievable. Mind you it’s very flat so cycling is a lot easier.