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Posted by admin On July - 5 - 2009

Hiking in the woods

Posted by admin On August - 18 - 2008

Today Scott was so kind and showed me around a place where he was often as a kid. Its a place in the forest near Sooke. Its beautiful. We did a walk up the hill and then down to the river. It was sometimes a little challenge because there was no proper way and we went through wilderness but that’s what I like sometimes. At the end chrystal clear water awaits us but it was freezing because it comes directly out of the near mountains… There was a cliff too where kids were jumping of. I didn’t. Forgot to bring my bikini and also don’t know if I had enough courage…. This is basically what I wanted to see… I love those wild forests. And I had a great day and good company. Read the rest of this entry »

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The Jazz Festival

Posted by admin On July - 26 - 2008

The weather on this Friday was sunny so Mark and I decided to go to the Beaches Jazz Festival. There is lots going on and we went to walk on the street where all the different bands were playing. It was lots of fun and good music.
Before that we had spend a few hours at the beach of lake Ontario.

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Niagara Falls and Fort George

Posted by admin On July - 22 - 2008

Today the weather was good in the morning so Mark and I went to the Niagara Falls. On the way there we stoped at Fort George and I learned a bit about canadian history.

“Fort George National Historic Site is a historic military structure at Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, that was the scene of several battles during the War of 1812. The fort consists of  earthworks and palisades, along with internal structures, including an officer’s quarters, blockhouses to accommodate other ranks and their families, and a stone powder magazine, which is the only original building on the site. Opposite the fort, across the Niagara River, stands Fort Niagara in New York, which can be seen from Fort George’s ramparts.
Fort George was built by the British Army after Jay’s Treaty (1796) required Britain to withdraw from Fort Niagara. The new fort was completed in 1802 and became the headquarters for the British Army and the local militia.
Fort George was captured by U.S. forces in May 1813 at the Battle of Fort George. The American Army used the fort as a base to invade Upper Canada, but were repelled at the Battles of Stoney Creek and Beaver Dams. The fort was recaptured by the British Army in December.” (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fort_George,_Ontario)

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4000 islands

Posted by admin On March - 2 - 2007

Around 6:30am the bus from Vintiane arrived in Pakse. I met Jenny a finn girl yesterday at the pick up shuttle again and we decide to take a minibus for $5 to Don Det. We chare a room what was a bit too expensive, $6 each but tomorrow we change. Read the rest of this entry »

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The church of the Good Shepherd at Lake Tekapu

Posted by admin On November - 17 - 2006

The Blue Lagoon at Nanuya Lailai

Posted by admin On August - 2 - 2006

Today morning I went diving at the Blue Lagoon. The dive site was called ‘Tom’s Tumb’. I’ve heard that in this area are many dead corals and it is not worth to dive there. But I really wanted to know if that is true. And yes, it was. Its was too expensive (F$ 100 for one dive) and you will see less things alive and a big graveyard for corals, everything gray and demolished. But in 18m dept I found the most beautiful Kauri shell ever. After being back for lunch I produced a coconut bracelet. The Israelis left to Naviti where I want to go the next day for going diving at the ‘Manta Ray Resort’. I phoned immediately with ‘Coconut Bay Resort’ and there were still beds available (funny: two days ago they say it was booked out). In the afternoon I went with Lisa from California to the Blue Lagoon for snorkeling. In the evening I had some Kava and played some games. Could only take a few pictures since I only had some left on my quick snap cam… Too bad my SLR had dropped into the water and didn’t work…

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