Apollo Gardens Caravan Park
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The day had finally arrived. The culmination of six months of diligent planning on Wendy's behalf, and six months of quietly building anticipation on ours, the climax was upon us. Having bid 'farewell' to Dad as he dropped us at the door, backpacks fully laden with the promise of three and a half weeks of summer in what seems to have been a bitterly cold winter, not even a queue seemingly snaking its way through the international terminal, out onto the street, across ...
... total race as the cars literally pass you by in seconds. We've been to Cook's cottage too. It's the actually cottage that was built by Cook's dad and then was transported here in the early 1700's. It was transported from hull brick by brick. It was really interesting to see and wander around. Even stranger to heard the Yorkshire accents on all the recordings. How random that the oldest building in the whole of Australia is from Yorkshire. You can beat a proper old ...
... Night and Chinese New Year.
First stop was the river and we caught a boat, an old steamer built in 1924, to take us up and down the river which actually gave a great idea of where everything was! We then walked along the South bank and had lunch overlooking the river. I then spotted the outlet shopping centre just behind the restaurant so we had to have a quick peep as lots of people with bags were coming away! I purchased UGG ...
... shortly after 9pm, and we arrived in Melbourne at 11pm. We then had to catch a bus to the long term car park and drive home, finally making it to bed about midnight!
It was just last night that we got home, and B was lucky enough not to have to work, while G wasn't quite so lucky. Unfortunately, G had to come home sick from work this afternoon, so B has been looking after her. It's now 9:30 at night, and we've both got to get some sleep before we leave for work at ...
... lasagna! Yum!
Second stop, Nonna #2 for coffee and catch up...
And then to further chants of "Can we just go home now?!' we set of for Home.
The joy of walking into our spacious home (with multiple rooms!!) , that was gleaming and uncluttered. LOVELY!!
And we all thought WOW - WE DID IT !!!
WHAT AN ADVENTURE!!