Waratah Brighton Boutique B & B
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Luggage - 3 pieces Main suitcase - 18.9kg Roll on cabin bag Backpack. Travel pillow. Shoes - 6 pairs ....yes, i have a problem Airports are so fascinating to me. So much excitement. So much anticipation and curiosity. First time travellers. Nervous travellers. Business travellers. All the facets of travelling. All following the airport process. Checkin lines, some short, some long. Luggage wrapping - never done it. Try to avoid ...
... just " tack and tinsel", lots of interesting items on sale.Fruit and vege market enormous and prices so much lower than supermarkets.No chocolate pudding fruit though. Coffee and a bite to eat at a market cafe - no breakfast this morning.Then walked through CBD, down towards info centre and large malls. Ended up looking over Yarra RIver and noticed cycles for hire and a boat ...
... watermelon, honeydew melon and one I didn't know. August 18: We visited the tour desk and chose 2 activities: 1. A 6 hour guided tour around the greater KL area - worth every ringgit. The venues ranged from the Rajah's Palace to lunch in the Food Court at the Petronas Twin Towers. The range of available cuisines echoed the multi-cultural nature of the society. Three major groups dwell in KL: Malays, Indians and Chinese. The Chinese own ...
... flying to Copenhagen in Denmark. We are here 5 nights awaiting our cruise ship, the Royal Princess.
We are doing 2 Cruises back to back, Our Cruise starts in Copenhagen touring northern Europe and the UK and ending up in New York stopping off at these ports along the way:
Cruise #1: Scandinavia and Russia
Embarkation: Aug ...
... most famous being the Loch Ard. Of the 50 passengers, only 2 survived, washing ashore in a cove that we visited along the way. This day, the rain was relentless. It seemed that every time we got to a stop, the heavens would open up again, only to stop when we returned to the bus. At the last stop at Fort Campbell, we stopped to see the 12 apostles. These are large water worn limestone structures ...