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  • Autumnal CrispificationFriends for a reason, friends for a season & friends for life. Marianne and Billie, her wonderful husband of one year are Mrs & Mr Canada. They have 3 cats and a back yard outdoor BBQ lounge complete with fire Posted by Chortle in Chortle Portal | Oct 28, 2017
  • October 28Today after a very nice breakfast overlooking Apollo Bay and seeing a lone Koala in the trees overlooking the same bay, it was time to depart for day 2 of our adventure of the Ocean Road. Our first stop took us Posted by gbpaul in K&G Paul 2017 Australia & New Zealand | Oct 28, 2017
  • October 26Today was a slower day after a long drive the prior day to get us to Halls Gap and the Down Under Log Cabins. Firstly the Cabins were wonderful and well appointed. Kudo's to Shane and Ruth the Owners of this Posted by gbpaul in K&G Paul 2017 Australia & New Zealand | Oct 26, 2017
  • October 27 Today was our day to get ourselves to Warrnambool to meet our driver/guide and start the two day adventure along the Great Ocean Road. We left Halls Gap at around 910 am and our first stop along the way on Posted by gbpaul in K&G Paul 2017 Australia & New Zealand | Oct 28, 2017
  • October 25We arrived at Hertz downtown Adelaide to rent our car. The good news is with all the luggage is we were provided with a Skoda Octavia station wagon. It was large enough to hold our luggage and small enough to Posted by gbpaul in K&G Paul 2017 Australia & New Zealand | Oct 25, 2017
  • October 24 Today was a very slow day as we did laundry and to attend to some other personal issues. Afternoon was spent in the botanic gardens wandering around in the rain and then into some of the buildings. The economic building Posted by gbpaul in K&G Paul 2017 Australia & New Zealand | Oct 25, 2017
  • We are home - recap of the British Isle vacationWe have been home now for a few days and are slowly getting over our jet lag. We have battled the autumn leaves in our yard and the branches which were blown down during a wind storm the day before we Posted by A-RPoulton in United Kingdom 2017 | Oct 24, 2017
  • An unusual start of OctoberAccording to the people who went on an international student program before, the month October would be the month in which the Canadian culture and the Nova Scotian lifestyle start to feel as your own and common. You are here Posted by NSISPFC in NSISPFC | Oct 24, 2017
  • Shahin ShardiProfessional Bio of Shahin Shardi, P.Eng. Materials Engineer Welding and Pressure Equipment Inspector, QA/QC Specialist Shahin Shardi is a Materials Engineer with experience in integrity management, inspection of pressure equipment, quality control/ Posted by ShahinShardi in Shahin Shardi | Oct 24, 2017
  • October 23Well after a scrumptious breakfast immaculately prepared by Lynn we washed up and packed up readying ourselves for our 915 pickup by Nikki. However we were so fortunate as this was shearing day at the Stranraer. We were so fortunate Posted by gbpaul in K&G Paul 2017 Australia & New Zealand | Oct 23, 2017
  • October 22Today was the beginning of our Kangaroo Island (KI) Experience. We were picked up and driven to the airport for 830 am and our 930 flight to KI. We were on a small regional express plane called REX where we Posted by gbpaul in K&G Paul 2017 Australia & New Zealand | Oct 23, 2017
  • October 21We made our way from Uluru to Adelaide via Alice Springs today. We met Glen and Patti on the rooftop of our hotel at 430ish to catchup on their portion of their trip in Sydney and to discuss our now Posted by gbpaul in K&G Paul 2017 Australia & New Zealand | Oct 23, 2017
  • October 20MORNING We were up at 345 to 4 am to ensure we were at our meeting place on time for our five am pickup by SEIT tours. This was a small group tour of about 8 of us and it was Posted by gbpaul in K&G Paul 2017 Australia & New Zealand | Oct 23, 2017
  • October 19Today was a travel day from Cairns to Ayers Rock. Picked up at 5 am to get to the airport before the rush hour at 530 for our 7 am flight. Unfortunately when we arrived we found out the airport Posted by gbpaul in K&G Paul 2017 Australia & New Zealand | Oct 23, 2017
  • Meandering OnwardsThe unceasing rain dribbles down in varying degrees of strength day after day. The jurassic ferns bend and fold with the droplets. The initial feeling of comfort and coziness of the pitter patter on the metal roof soon transitions to Posted by Oj_travels in Get Lost, Go Wild | Oct 22, 2017
  • October 18What a wonderful day we had today. After all said and done we ended up on a private tour of the Tablelands owned and operated by “Brett’s Outback Tasting Adventures”. Our experience dealing with Amanda in coordinating our day and Posted by gbpaul in K&G Paul 2017 Australia & New Zealand | Oct 18, 2017
  • October 17,Today was a bit disappointing as the weather did not cooperate with us and as a result our Helicopter tour of the Reef and the Rainforest was ultimately cancelled. Our 11 am departure was delayed with hope of reschedule until Posted by gbpaul in K&G Paul 2017 Australia & New Zealand | Oct 17, 2017
  • Came back to my second home.When I came back to Canada after having a great summer back in Korea, I was more nervous than when I was first here. Do you know why? It is because this is my grad year. I have been studying Posted by NSISPFC in NSISPFC | Oct 16, 2017
  • October 15Well we can now say we have been to the Great Barrier Reef. We did a Sailaway Full day Low Isles tour arranged by our travel agents. What a beautiful catamaran we were on and the crew of Blake, Katie Posted by gbpaul in K&G Paul 2017 Australia & New Zealand | Oct 16, 2017
  • October 14Today was day focused on travel. WE caught our early morning flight to Cairns and then our transport to Palm Cove. Cairns is a regional center in the northern part of Queensland. Once we got settled in it was off Posted by gbpaul in K&G Paul 2017 Australia & New Zealand | Oct 16, 2017
  • October 13thTonight is our last night in Sydney and we are heading, as mentioned previously, to the Opera House to watch the movie Amadeus with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra and Choir. Today was very interesting as we started our day at Posted by gbpaul in K&G Paul 2017 Australia & New Zealand | Oct 12, 2017
  • October 12Our first stop was the Customs House on Alfred Street. A nice old building repurposed which actually looked like it was being used as a library. Next stop was the Opera House tour and while only an hour it was Posted by gbpaul in K&G Paul 2017 Australia & New Zealand | Oct 12, 2017
  • October 10 and 11The two days in the Blue Mountains were just lovely. Firstly thank you to Civilized Adventures and Southern World for not only recommending the Blue Mountains but setting us with a private tour through AEA Tour Company. We had a Posted by gbpaul in K&G Paul 2017 Australia & New Zealand | Oct 11, 2017
  • October 9We went to the Sea Life Aquarium today and it was well worth the entrance fee. We saw lots of interesting species we would never see in Canada including a Dugong which looked like a Manatee but not as big Posted by gbpaul in K&G Paul 2017 Australia & New Zealand | Oct 11, 2017
  • First Day - First Province - New BrunswickI have to admit it felt weird boarding a plane this morning for a simple 2 hour flight. Usually every October I travel to far away lands. But this year for many reasons, I have decided to explore Posted by moorsey88 in Canada's East Coast | Oct 8, 2017
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