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... final entry from Australia it is important for us to thank Danny, Nicole, Maddie and Ellie for allowing us to invade their space for the better part of the last three months. We have created lifelong memories with incredibly generous friends. Thank-you for allowing us to share in your Australian adventure! While the next part of our adventure will be exciting, it will be difficult for us to say goodbye.
... go back and we were forced to take off phoneless. Nothing to fear though. As soon as we landed we found out that a security guard in Sydney had the phone and was keeping it safe for us until Monday. Our first night in Melbourne has been wonderful. We met up with Emily outside the Flinders Street Station at around 7pm, and was later joined by Cal, Andrew and Lauren. We headed to China Town ...
... I hope I can find home in the heart of someone that will be able to travel around the world with me always. Who will understand and be in love with the world as much as me. Then maybe the travel tears may lessen, but I think they will always exist. It’s the sacrifice that I make to live the life I've chosen.
And when you SMILE, make sure it’s with your whole heart
otherwise there is no ...
... could, but for some that involved not too much effort, then a dash to shade, even a lie down on a damp towel for a Thai player. There was much more cloud cover than tuesday, which was a relief, but in sunny periods I found it unbearable and opted to watch from the shady patches to the side. Of a court had no shady patches, I didn't watch. Show court 2 has a decent view from under the shade of the Rod Laver arena-not on court, on the concourse-and that was ...
I was shattered when we arrived in Melbourne and it turns out the trams don't run until 10am so I ended up walking to the hostel and I knew I couldn't check in until 2 so I put my bag in luggage room then used wifi for a while and chilled out, then decided to go fine a supermarket to get food, I managed to get food for the next 4 days so now I have to try and stick to that and not buy any more!! Budget Lara! When ...
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