Georgian Court Bed & Breakfast Guest House
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... Fed booked a flight with the best price, the best airline, and the wrong date. So, we nestled ourselves into a different hotel for one more night. Melbourne was definitely getting the best of us. The 23rd then rolled around, and we found ourselves back at the airport to catch our flight to Cairns, QLD.
As Einstein once said, E=MC^2. We really have no clue how this applies, but we assume this sums up our trip so far.
Until next time guys,
Fed N' Skutes
... and you pick which one you want and how you want it cooked. Then they bring out the most delicious steak and you stuff your face with it and finally dessert, fresh crepe with strawberries, cream and ice cream! Seriously amazing! I would say it's tied with my top 2 best steaks I've had. -after dinner we went to this amazing bar that has a super cool trait (that I can't explain because you just have to go there- mom and dad ...
... we were heading along the coast not back inland. Another time, maybe.... Down the coast then, through Ulladulla, Bateman's Bay, to Tathra where we had an overnight stay on a campsite adjacent to the beach. A beer and wine with the locals at the golf course next door before supper back at the van. The campsite was home to lots and lots of beautiful Laurakeet parrots which entertained us during the ...
... voted the most livable City for the last 4 years and is the 4th most expensive city in the world.
We returned to the hotel just in time to see a Chinese Dragon Dance with extremely loud firecrackers which deafened Glenna somewhat! All part of the continuous Year of the Sheep celebrations.
This afternoon we had our trip to Phillip Island to see the "Penguin Parade" Phillip Island is about a 90 minute drive south of Melbourne and a population of around 15,000. We had a ...
... for many months as a locum to finance it, packing up my life, moving most of my stuff to a different state (thanks Mum and Kevvy!), renting out my apartment, making sure I had a job to come back to before I left, and countless other other hours of organising and paperwork. A particular favourite was the many documents and forms I had to get together to volunteer in St Lucia. I sent them off via registered snail mail (I was not allowed to email them), and then heard absolutely ...