Docklands Prestige Apartments Melbourne
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... bed about 11pm, John didn't sleep, and I awoke at 3.30am So at that ridiculous hour I made us a cuppa, or for John, and a Plunger coffee for me. So, at 5.30am, we went over to the check-in, did all that stuff, and went and had some breakfast. Arrived back in Adelaide just after 8.15am. Christina picked us up, and oh boy it is good to be home. Great wonderful, fantastic trip. But there's nothing like home, and ...
... party to a club a couple of streets over along with Romina from Canada, Robb (Karl Pilkington) and Rene from New Jersey (all these Rs!), there was also Matt and Jake from the twin cities, Oli from Bristol, Santana from Washington and a few French guys who I've spoken to in passing. It was a good group of people. The club was a little odd. It had multiple floors and when we emerged on the top floor there were palm trees and ferns ...
It seems like we arrived last week, but our time in Melbourne has come to an end. After almost 5 months in the great city, it is time for us to hit the road and start the latest chapter in our journey. The next couple weeks will lead us on a 6000 km (about 3700 miles) road trip to the heart of the continent before returning to Brisbane. The main attractions will include Ayers Rock, Kings Canyon, ...
... final day and soon enough we were boarding.
Lotte got her own seat now that she is two and she was immediately excited about seeing Peppa Pig on her own screen. But she was very tired and long overdue a nap, so during takeoff she climbed onto my lap and fell asleep.
Unfortunately I woke her when I tried to move her and then all hell broke loose when our deeply overtired girl got upset and was so over exhausted she couldn't calm down ...
... naar de nabijgelegen sportbuurt met o.a. een tennisstadion (waar het Australian Open wordt gespeeld), een voetbal-/rugbystadion en een groot cricketstadion. In het laatste stadion is ook het nationale sportmuseum. Steve tipte me hierover vanochtend en het was inderdaad de moeite waard. Ook Guus Hiddink wordt nog genoemd.
Op de terugweg nog langs het Shrine of Remembrance gelopen. Net als in Sydney is ook hier het monument ter nagedachtenis aan ...