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... wenbt past us. Later we saw then on our beach front having photos taken.
Dinner in a restaurant which only had a few choices, however the burgers were declicious.
Enjoyed a conversation with a couple on the next table, moved out 7 years ago
... another Hawaiian Airlines flight to Los Angeles, where we spend the night. We get in at 10pm to LAX and have to be on another flight at 9.35am the next morning bound for Washington DC. That flight takes 5 and a bit hours. Getting us to Washington at about 5.40pm local time ......... Now it's 2.43am Aussie time ... They have put the lights on and breakfast is about 20 mins away. I still have had no ...
... apartment blocks and hotels started and the clock went back an hour as Queensland do not change their clocks, must be very odd for people living on the dividing line you could have your two feet in different time zones. Wednesday morning we went to The Spit Beach just north of Surfers Paradise, lovely sand and warm water, however, the sea was unstable (there was a rip - I'm learning all the terminology) with strong waves so we could only go in a short way between ...
... seekers shaking in their swimmers.** Getting to be seasoned pros we grabbed an inflatable and scaled the steps. Launching ourselves into the flume I had failed to fully appreciate that the inside of this tube is pitch black. You are hurtling forwards but have no way to tell which direction you will be thrust in next or which direction the water will hit you from. After a few hairy twists and turns we hit, what felt like, a never ending loop spinning us round and round ...
It seems like only yesterday that I was travelling through China, Tibet, Nepal, and India and yet here I am again, about to embark on another epic journey through Asia. I guess it really has only been 6 months since the last trip, but who's counting? The original purpose for this jaunt through South East Asia was to spend a month teaching English to children in an orphanage in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Having visited there around this time ...