Cream Gables Bed & Breakfast
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... I cannot believe this part of my journey is over :( 36 hours and 4 flights lay ahead of me....oh yay. That's what you get for going cheap haha! I shall properly reflect upon my journey once home, but thank you so much for everyone who has followed my blog, even if you just read one! I have enjoyed sharing my experience with you all and hope you have lived my adventure vicariously! See you all soon! Love from Churchy in Brisbane ...
... shows including sheep dogs taking sheep through tricks and some sheep shearing!
The only other things to add are the fact that Australia is very expensive - It is over 1 pound for a freddo here ( Yeah its unbelievable) and everything else is similarly expensive. I did manage to have some nice Fish and chips here though and enjoyed the quality of the pies!
Off to Sydney tomorrow! See you again soon
... had the surveyor on board for the dreaded importation levy, Finn back at school ( and she is SO happy about that), and last but not least, have Frank ensconced back in the family home. It's been a big 6 weeks in hospital for him and we need (and want) to be around him on a full time basis. Good on you Lambert Clan!!!
So that is where we all are – actually Finn is on her school camp for the next three days which she greatly deserves. The last ...
... a few hours. We don't know what to expect but it is very exciting! Touched down in Singapore and immediately hit by the humidity. It is so hot! Grabbed a taxi and made our way to the hotel in Clarke's Quay. Singapore is going through a period of renewal. There is new buildings going up everywhere and lots of building works. But there is lots of greenery and flowers. It is very hazing. The hotel is ...
... I had to pack up and go back to the cold. Kenya is in the middle of winter during the time I'm there and it is chilly, Between September and October the weather is quite cold with tops of 24degrees and lows of 11degrees. Luckily there minimum of six hours daylight. For a school group I would probably recommend visiting the spring or summer months, it is just more practical for packing and the days are longer.