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A bizarre hybrid of living matter and chiseled stone, it is held in place by thick, umbilical cables that keep it isolated from the surrounding buildings.

Those published under the pseudonym Vernon Sullivan were bizarre parodies of criminal fiction, highly controversial at the time of their
carrying only basic supplies, food, and a bivouac sack or lightweight tent.

The plan was to follow the Matanikau upstream, bivouac for a night, then head east back to the Lunga perimeter.

Our bivouac gave all of us a great chance to experience what we take for granted.

Other features include a rooftop garden (the Palm Court), a bivouac grill and a magnificent ballroom.

I made reasonably good time to the second checkpoint (the half-way stage of the marathon) but after that progress was very slow. From about 5kms out I could see the bivouac shimmering in the desert heat.

Day 4, Wednesday: First day of ascent to a bivouac site on the Hornli ridge.

Other trips included deep mine caving with our friendly instructor, John Elliot; kayaking up rapids with Dave and Andy (they were also our bivouac guides); and raft building on the River Wye.

He's come to accept that his home has become sort of a bivouac point.

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