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June 21... The winter solstice. Shortest and maybe coldest day of the year yet in Melbourne. Only 24° in Fiji with overcast skies and choppy waters.
All-round sad day.
Various staff stop for a personal goodbye as they see us, even the resident sales crew from the nearby residential development. Emma grabs a quick last kayak before we are lunching with Karen, her daughter, a school-friend and the friend's mum, Aunty May... another ...
... an evening swim followed by fish & chips with champagne, being looked after well. Tuesday Pip and I took a walk and a swim on the beach with Barry dog then went to Pips baby check up- very exciting!!! Then for a lovely Vietnamese meal with some of Pips Uni mates. Lie in wednesday morning followed by a walk and facetime with cousin Ant & Clare with Jack and Sam in San Diego! Then an afternoon on the sewing machine fixing a combination of ...
... wicked. I am so happy, everyone is really nice and friendly and such good fun. I have a Swedish, Canadian, New Zealand, English and two French and Maggie as well. There is two other people but they just keep themselves to themselves. It's White Night in Melbourne which is an event in Melbourne where the city is open for 12 hours from 7pm - 7am, it was really cool. Flinders Street station was lit up by lights and there was so much stuff going on. ...
... us around sites of interest where we could hop on and off as we pleased. We were all given free red Eden caps as we arrived It was not until I was sitting in their killer whale museum that the penny dropped and I suddenly realised that this was the town that we had recently seen the documentary on the Killers is Eden For almost a hundred years the same pack of killer whales returned to Eden on twofold bay NSW assisting local fishermen during the whaling season. These ...
... adventure with Nat, and her help and support was invaluable, the trip was my ambition, my idea, mostly planned by me, my responsibility, my design. This blog consists of my words. I often wondered how much Natalie really enjoyed it all. What did she enjoy the most? What were her favorite places? Our similarities ...
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