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Lemurs on my toes

AUSTRALIA | Wed, 21 May 2014 | By georgiaskipper | Views [257]

The weekend just past was my cousins 7th birthday. As she lives in Australia and we don't get to see her or her parents very often, my mum and I decided to go and visit them for a few days. We woke up at 4am to get to the airport and after a 4 hour flight ... Read more >

Tags: close encounters, fun, lemur, melbourne, seal, zoo

Day 10: Hunt. Dance. Eat.

GREENLAND | Mon, 21 Oct 2013 | By divvea | Views [1019]

This morning the sky was clear and I was up at 7 am, to see an already ready Simon walking out with his camera bag for a morning stroll around the village. Quick shower and packing later, we met our hunters, Peter and Betalt, at Breakfast. Quick ... Read more >

Tags: hunting, kaffemik, manitsoq, seal, workshop

Sounds and Fjords

NEW ZEALAND | Tue, 16 Jul 2013 | By hannahhackett | Views [383]

Milford and Doubtful Sounds are the most accessible of many fjords in the south western part of the South Island in Fjordland National Park.  It’s a pretty remote, pristine area that makes you feel very small in comparison to the natural drama ... Read more >

Tags: boat, fjord, rain, seal, waterfalls

A ferry through Marlborough Sounds and kayaks on Golden Bay

NEW ZEALAND | Sun, 8 Mar 2009 | By eoghancito | Views [1223] | Comments [2]

It was great to be back on the road after a work break in Wellington (work for Claire, “work” for me). We stuffed our gear into our bags and jumped in a taxi to the Interislander ferry terminal. The 3 hour ferry journey ( a comfortable mode of transport ... Read more >

Tags: camping, ferry, fruit, kayak, seal, springs

 

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