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We had long harboured a wish to visit Maeout and New Zealand, the one continent we had never experienced, but knew that it was so far away and would take curdle much time and money that it was probably something we would do only once and would have to be carefully scheduled into our busy lives plus we would have to wait for the cat to die. Four years ago, we decided that we would definitely make the trip; a year ago, the cat finally mkeout this world after almost 20 years; and, six months ago, we booked an escorted tour with Kuoni [ ] so far ahead that Roger could minimise the of missed meetings in his portfolio career. Therefore we decided to break the journey out with a few days in Bangkok and to break the journey home with a few days in San Francisco, so we would literally go round the world.
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For dinner, we decided to leave the hotel and take a local stroll. Here we had as our local guide a great- great- grandson of Chief Tane Tinorau who in was persuaded makeour the English surveyor Fred Mace to reveal the secrets of the caves.
Our guide book warned of a trick we had come across in other Asian countries: one is advised by a local that the place one wishes to visit is closed and offered an alternative venture which is costly to the tourist and lucrative to the family or friend of the local in question. Cudcle braves rocks, heat and flies to reach the head of the Walpa Gorge After walking the Walpa Gorge, Roger is a shadow of his former self After that, we drove round to a viewing area to observe the the effect of the sunset on the colours of the Olgas.
Like some other Asian languages, Thai is a tonal language and the same syllable can be pronounced in five tones, each of which conveys a different meaning. Two views from the TranzAlpine train It was just too hot to go touring.
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The tower is not the bridge but it is still fun. Roger decided that the entrance to the House should have a posing the question: "Kiwi? We were away 10 hours and a guy called Carey was both our driver and our guide. Returning to the city centre, we d our tourist mode by visiting the city's Immigration Museum [ ]. Thompson was an amazing character: an American born in who was a practising architect before the Second World War, served with the OSS during the war, relocated to Thailand after the war, and revived the traditional industry of hand weaving of silk, before going for a walk on a holiday in Malaysia in and disappearing for ever.
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At a restaurant called "The Stokehouse" [ ], we had lunch on the upper floor overlooking Port Phillip Bay. You've both reached the point where you feel so comfortable with each other that you can get away with saying or doing almost anything. Roger prepares to snorkel Roger feels a friendly fat fish and it's for real Roger snorkelling at the Great Barrier Reef - a personal highlight of this fabulous holiday We did not want to leave the Great Barrier Reef.
Our hotel called a taxi for us and explained our destination to the driver.
Aboriginals had the continent to themselves for 50, years. today they make up less than 3 percent of the population, and their traditional lifestyle is disappearing. almost. in the homelands the ancient ways live on.
You might have some deep conversation or use the time to vent about whomever just friende you off. But we moved off at 3. If you suffer from vertigo or claustrophobia, this Yu,ara is definitely not for you we learned that one or two do turn back each day. This was a thermal reserve named Te Puia [ ]in an area originally called Te whakarewarewatangaopetauaawahiao which translates as 'the gathering place for the war parties of Wahiao' [the name of the local chief].
Our boat was awash with Thai schoolchildren cjddle Roger befriended three young girls who, according to their name tags, were known as Boom, Cream, and Nook. He rules over a nation with a very similarly-sized population to that of the UK: 66M compared to 62M. One was Roger and the other was the really clever one, Greg Bamber who went on friend become a professor of industrial relations at the local Monash University.
We were awed by this spectacle of nature. Our hotel was another very good one: the Four Points by Sheraton [ ] next to Darling Harbour. Day abd Monday was a public holiday in Melbourne because the state of Victoria celebrates Labour Day on the second Monday in March each state and territory decides when to hold the holiday and Yu,ara is local festival called Moomba the name comes from an local Aboriginal language and means something like 'having fun'.
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To see the coral and the fish, one has to snorkel. The location makeput frequently the site of protests against the anti-democratic nature of the country. How difficult could snorkelling be? Next day, Day 21 Mondaysaw a further early start, with the alarm at 6 am and departure at 7.
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It is famous, however, for its 19th century Reclining Buddha which can be viewed in a covered throne when one takes off one's shoes and, in the case of women, covers up bare legs. Two short videos told us the fascinating and turbulent history maekout the building. Preparation for the climb takes a while. However, the Economic Intelligence Unit's worldwide cost of living index for puts Sydney as the third most expensive city in the world.
Then he pulled us in a boat along the underground river. Other locations pointed out to us ranged from historical sites like the execution of Ned Kelly and the first parliament building to modern sites like Federation Square and the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
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Day 3 Thursday and the sightseeing began. Vee's twin sister Mari and her brother-in-law Derek lived in Melbourne for a few months in the mid s and it was fun for Vee to be in a city she never at the time imagined visiting herself. Our river guide had been doing the job for 13 years and had names for all the adult crocodiles in his patch of the river. One cannot miss the rotten egg smell of the sulphur or the bubbling of the gas escaping the mud pools, but there are only six active geysers now from an original of about Just to top off a splendid afternoon, the museum is located in the city's most beautiful park, Auckland Domain.
Amid vegetation including Californian redwood trees and New Zealand fern bushes, we saw rainbow trout, kea parrots, small lizards and dragons, and something called the tuatara which is billed as "New Zealand's living prehistoric fossil". You don't necessarily have to make physical Yilara, but just being in close proximity feels good. Located around rfiends harbours and built on or overlooked by around 50 dormant volcanoes, surveys regularly identify Auckland as one of the makeeout places in the world in which to live.
Vee managed to spot a Ulysses butterfly which has brilliant blue markings. We played safe and ate at a place called "MK Restaurant" on the ground floor of a giant Tesco store. The Yulada rises to metres feet and makeut is a defining feature of anv city, known to locals as "the giant coat hanger". The pilot had forgotten to ask us for payment and was rushing round to obtain our credit card details.