Waratah Brighton Boutique B & B
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... and limited resources, and if my experience in St Lucia is anything to go by, it will be very challenging and extremely rewarding. So my career holds much promise and excitement in the near future, and I feel very lucky to be able to do the job I do. I have missed being a doctor while I've been away, which has been surprising and reassuring. It's definitely time to get back to it, and follow the path that my career takes me on. Maybe I will go back to St Lucia ...
... Day 181: In the morning we went for a walk along the Bay then drove to Huskisson to have a look around and to visit Hyams Beach which is supposed to have the whitest sand in the world - we didn't seem to think so! We drove through Batemans Bay and stopped at Casey Beach to have lunch with a view. After lunch we headed towards Eden along a nice coastal road, although the coastal roads in Australia aren't quite as spectacular as the ones in New Zealand. We've done more night ...
... bottle and more. I think it might be the last Qatar Airways kid's meal he receives!! We discovered that Qatar Airways doesn't believe in any healthy snacks!
We knew we were approaching the desert as the temperature onboard started to increase. It was a little surreal flying into the rapidly expanding city of Doha. The warmth of the day was evident even at 7am. It was the first time for all of us in the Middle East and we were looking forward to the ...
... Dad couldn't and Uncle Wayne hadn't yet. The Edge is a room that comes out from the 88th floor and then the floor and walls become clear glass with views down and around. Long way up, the elevator takes 36 seconds to go up the 88 floors, made our ears pop :)
We enjoyed a walk along Southbank then took the City Circle Tram on the full lap around the city. Natasha liked seeing were Rob lived at Docklands when he was in Melbourne. Back on the Tram ...
... to buy. We are halfway through this cruise and already filled one suitcase with trinkets, or more like, clothes.
We walked along the many streets, through the arcade, checking out all the boutiques. One thing about Melbourne is that it is an extremely clean city. It was not nearly as crowded as Sydney so it was pleasurable walking along.