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... relaxing day at home, before coming into town to pick B up from work at 5:30. We caught the train home together and then had a nice relaxing evening, chilling out on our beanbags and watching Bee Movie (thanks to Dreamworks Animations!).
Monday was back to work for both of us, yet again, and this morning (Tuesday) G headed to work while B had uni. Tonight we're heading to The Corner Hotel in Richmond to see Megan Washington, which should be ...
... but this is a slating ora sweeping statement to the population, but there is a lot more going on out there I the big bad world. This is apparent whilst trying to watch the 'equivelent' BBC. I reluctantly find my self consulting 'The Australian' rather unpatriotically as a Brit, sheepishly keeping my brow beneath the broad spread, acknowledging only the waiting staff as they clear away my coffee. This at least spans further ashore. There ...
... last for a while. Even though we now take it for granted, it still boggles my mind that I can sit at a computer in Melbourne, quote a credit card number, and people in some of the remotest parts of the world greet us by name months later when we walk through their door. We can get cash out in almost any currency with rarely a hassle, and have a video chat with those we've left behind.
Free wi-fi is ...
... I don't have to get a little bit dirty to get that amazing shot of an elephant, giraffe or gorilla or the like I would consider it an adventure fail.
Internet access could be sporadic so posts may be a little clustered. I plan to blog as I go and post when the opportunity arises. Photos may either be dodgy ones from my phone or have to wait until I have access to a PC but I shall do my best. Here goes nothing...
16 hours on a plane and 36 hours of traveling had is all feeling like something other than ourselves by the time we got to the hotel. The flight to Melbourne wasn't as bad as we all thought it might be but it was one for the ages as we routinely checked the flight path and time until arrival. Once we got off the plane it was a scramble as many of us got our phones out to ...
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