Back behind the counter is the kitchen; you can see one of the volunteers at the sink. This space seems to be always occupied. Sometimes we had 36 guests so the dining hall could be quite packed...and the dishwashing never ends.
KANGAROO EXPLORER VOLUNTEER August 8th 2014 KANGAROO EXPLORER VOLUNTEER
I’ve been on the Kangaroo Explorer now for a day and a half, as a volunteer (vollie). The digs aren’t as nice as I had before, but it is snug and I don’t have to climb up on a top bunk. There are two other women (girls) sharing the little tiny room. We share the bathroom (postage stamp size, but adequate) with the men who work the boat. It is up ... read more
Oceania » Australia » Queensland Aboriginal settlers arrived on the continent from Southeast Asia about 40,000 years before the first Europeans began exploration in the 17th century. No formal territorial claims were made until 1770, when Capt. James COOK took possession in the name... ... read more
I am a very senior scuba diver and I am finishing up a five month scuba diving trip in SE Asia. I just finished my one hundredth dive since the start of the trip in April. I was certified in 1986 but didn't dive regularly until after my last child was born, when I was forty (I have seven). This is not my first trip to Asia; I dove in Palawan - Philippines, Thailand and Indonesia, and have taken dive trips to Cozumel, Canada, Malta, Bonaire, Honduras and Bahama, and have done dives in the Black Sea - Bulgaria, and Epcot Center in Florida. I tell people we dive where ever there is a puddle.... full info