AeA Sydney Airport Serviced Apartments
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... through her math and sticker books. We will start boarding the plane in about 30 minutes. Qantas QF11. An A380 that we will be on for the next 13 and a half hours. Hope it has good movies and lots of room. Today will be a long day. Timezone differences mean we actually get off the plane before we get on it. We take off at 1.05pm on Saturday 14th June and land at 9.35am on the same day. Let the fun ...
... br> Flight was uneventful, except for Isabel waking up and crying about sore legs??? she normally does this after a big day on her legs, not sitting down. Took about 20 mins to sort that one out.
Stewardess came to me during the flight and said make sure the girls have their seat belts on as in 5 minutes we are going to experience severe turbulence. Oh ...
... stilts....how the other half live!! People are very friendly, and we had a good guide, full of information. Lunch was Subway, which we ate on the bus. Next stop Puckett town, lots of jewellery, precious stones and pearls. Long day, but enjoyable. Back on board by 4, quick game of trivia with Peter and Judy from Kilsyth, they were glad to see us as ...
... the appropriate checkbox noting we were 'travelling with a bike'. We'd arrived early (as suggested by Qantas) to facilitate purchasing the Qantas provided bike box which Qantas insist bikes should be shipped in. What I hadn't anticipated was that the Qantas Oversize Baggage Counter from where one purchases said bike box isn't staffed until 6:00am, a little inconvenient given our scheduled departure was 6:00am. According to Qantas staff questioned, ...
... retain large oversize objects on a moving airport trolley whilst crossing roads or negotiating tight turns - neither had we. Yet as we stood in line awaiting check-in, I considered our challenge paled when compared to the woman ahead who appeared to be moving house using only an airport trolley whist trying to contain a sugar fuelled youngster - at least our load was ...