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... we spent the last few hours hours together drinking tea, eating Indian sweets and doing a heck of a lot of talking. Over the past two days we had talked about old times, caught up with the news and expressed views on many issues. The time flew by and it was soon time to say cheerio. One final kiss and a hug and I was on my way with Robert to Melbourne.
On the way we stopped off at Daniel's home in the suburbs of Melbourne and I was introduced to her ...
... I didn't get to meet Dr Karl or Toady, or stop in at Lassiters or Lous place, but I did get to spy Paul Robinson through a fence (he's shy apparently!?) and see where Natalie Imbruglia used to fix cars ;) A quick trip down the road to the actual street that becomes Ramsay street. Ull be unsurprised to hear that it's a lot smaller in real life! The real residents earn $28,000 a year for allowing the front of the houses to ...
... grab a taxi as walking 20 minutes at that point just feels like it's going to kill me. Now some of you have seen my backpack and some have not. It's a 75 litre pack and it weighs about 22kgs. I also have a smaller pack that is about 7-8 kgs. So basically I'm carrying 30kgs. For most people this is heavy but after over 6 months I'm pretty used to it. I can pick it up and sling it on my back like it's a feather and even walk about ...
... that they were waiting at the departure lounge which was about 15 min walk in the opposite direction - oh well! This airport is huge..... much more to it than we first realised a month ago.
Not long after we see Mardi and Bill with big beaming smiles waving to us. Great to see familiar faces. We are all exhausted but happy to catch up - we have all had amazing times and are happy to share the final leg of our journey with good ...
... our wanderings through the neighborhoods and CBD we noticed many educational institutions so there are numerous high school and college age kids on the streets.
Later in the evening we walked the streets of the CBD stopping to listen to the various musical entertainment. It is truly amazing the numbers of people on the streets. We do not see that at home.
Many of the local people are very friendly and helpful. We have ...
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