Georgian Court Bed & Breakfast Guest House
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Our second week in the house started beautifully as we received something that had been missing in our first week...a couch! Unfortunate timing had seen the couch be taken the Saturday before we moved in by an old housemate so all of our socialising was around the dining room table (which was actually quite nice). Come Tuesday though we had a brand new couch sitting pride of place in the living room with it's L shape meaning there is room for all! A small anomaly is that ...
After a 7am start and 12hours from start to finish we covered the 871km from Tununda to home via Swan Reach, Loxton, Pinaroo, Ouyen, Wycheproof and Woodend.
Big day but we are all glad to be home and have the next 3 days to clean up and return to ...
... NOLA who were travelling to Paris and Italy. During the ensuing flight of 9 hours Video Girl was discussing her travel plans and spoke about a free walking group that she intended to go on in Copenhagen that had really good reviews on TripAdvisor. She said that one of the leaders called Jarrod had had wonderful reviews and she hoped he was the leader of her tour.
Nola exclaimed in surprise ...
... worthwhile trip.
It was then decided that we needed more exercise and started our long march across Melbourne without the aid of the free trams. I wouldn't have minded seeing the same sights 4 times but it was not to be and the result is a tendinitis flare up. Good job I'm not one to moan.
Another battle with bad traffic back to Sugar Plum Court before getting back in the car and driving back to Chinatown for Chinese ...
... Buble that Germany has ever seen! That white corset won't take itself off you know.
I mean, don't get me wrong, total depressive ball of mush is not the angle I want here. It is, after all, a pretty big step up from my last job busting my tushie 14 hours a day, 6 days a week: team-leadering, managing a kids club, choreographing and performing each night in the remotest of remote patches of Greek island. This will be cruise cabaret! Singing, dancing, ...