Robinsons in the City
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... Born an bread in Melbourne and also one of the directors of "I'm Free". Apparently went to university in Sidney but came back to Melbourne. He told us so much and Rob has retained far more than I have naturally.
really windy and cold when we finished our tour, also I think Rob had enough walking, it was 5.30, so we headed back.
put kettle on for coffee and opened red wine, ...
... was great to catch up with her after all these years, but from time to on my return trips I have managed fleeting catch ups. Attending this party was another of our "Dutchies Kids" Anouk. Her and her brother, Roel, also so stayed at our place. They were later to be know as Roelly Boy and Nouky Girl. I can't remember exactly what year that was. I saw her come in the back gate with her husband Serve and their 7 year old daughter, who I last saw when she was about 1 year ...
... stage area, where you received a dinner, fun drinks, and watched the show. Needless to say, it was once again a night with a few too many drinks and way too many laughs. That sums up the week with mom and Squish. It led to our sad goodbye for the final and second time on this adventure. It was such a blast with them, and we couldn't have had near as good of a time without them. Nevertheless, we had to move on with our journey as well. We had actually met up with a friend ...
... we were going to leave America…hmmm, we had a slight problem as I packed the cruise tickets, worse than that, I couldn’t remember where I had put them. After a couple of minutes I realized that I had a spare cruise ticket …it was the only ticket that I had printed out, With all that sorted out, we were then sent to go through the security and sat down until our flight is called. We only have half an hour.
In Sydney ...
... referring to, but we couldn't seem to see anything other than a museum as we headed further and further north. Eventually we diverted a road over and found a parade of restaurants and shops. We noticed that quite a few of the places had notices in the windows advertising jobs so we grabbed a new sim card for Becky's phone (after attempting to figure out the phone deals out here), a quick bite to eat at QV, headed back to the hostel so I could sharpen up and ...