Docklands Prestige Apartments Melbourne
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Earlier start this morning! After breakfast Dave took the tram into Melbourne to collect our hire car, driving back through Melbourne in rush hour traffic. Checked out from our lovely room at Hilton South Wharf and set off on the M1 through Geelong towards the Great Ocean Road. I was very glad to reach the outskirts safely - some of the trucks are HUGE.
We arrived in Lorne at the beginning of our tour along the coast road. It ...
... 2.5 hours because of some misturns and a brief stop for a Subway dinner. We nearly hit a wombat on the road. I had to brake hard. Luckily it stopped in the centre of the road instead of continuing on its path. We put up the tent in quick time. There is no fresh drinking water so we must boil it for at least a minute. We are three people in a two-man ...
... from the daily grind but you can mitigate that a little by exploring, researching and spending as much time here as possible. It's still a giant leap. If you don't like the outdoors then Australia probably isn't for you Taj. The train arrived graffiti'd but on time and we travelled into the city on Sunday morning wondering where the pristine streets of Perth were. The first thing about Melbourne is the shops, more retail space than any city I've ever been in, ...
... it's only set up for tennis for a month a year because it's a public facility which is hired by the Australian LTA for the tournament. So I went over the bridge to the MCG to get my ticket for the cricket, 40 dollars to watch the best two teams in the world and the women behind me was complaining that it was too expensive, in England it would have been £60 minimum for seats as good as I had. It was bloody hot and I was sat ...
... didn't understand much of what I signed. But the hearing friends from the sign language congregation were there to translate and enable us all to have nice conversations with our dear deaf friends. And what a friendly and talkative group of friends they are!
The program began with an opening song and prayer followed by a welcome video produced by the local welcome committee. That was followed by a performance by the young children. They were ...