Grand Harbour Accommodation
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... was nice and the seats a little bigger. The food and wine was very good too, but one of the things they don't tell you is that the top of the aircraft appears to be much noisier than the bottom of the aircraft, even with noise cancelling headsets theres a huge difference. For my money I'd go economy near the front of the aircraft on the bottom story, it's much quieter. Emirates economy seemed nicer than qantas over-all.
Even so it was a long flight and ...
and around and along the river until we eventually got back to Alexandra
Gardens and Federation Square. On the gently flowing and glinting Yarra River shadowed
by green arching trees there were loads of school groups practising and
learning to row, their trainers riding bicycles alongside on the river bank,
megaphones at hand to give instructions for the cox to avoid the next impending
collision of sculls! We must have passed at least 10 ...
... a week the must-see Queen Victoria Market is open for business. There are stalls selling everything from cashew nuts to kangaroo skins. The organised hustle and bustle in the marketplace made me smile. In South America, the markets were pandemonium with all the vendors trying to out-shout each other, shoppers fighting over the last juicy pineapple and pig heads or chicken feet decorating the meat counters. Here, the visitors were queuing politely for their 100g of ricotta ...
... more suitable for all ages were very active, with the Dogem cars being very busy. A small ferris wheel suitable for small children was popular as was a bungy jump activity.
Animal displays were all inside buildings except for the show-jumping. I was surprised at the small range of cattle breeds, but this is likely because the different breeds are only shown ...
... the value of friendship, about nature’s power and beauty and the absolute magic of having majestic creatures (our humpback whales) come to play with us.
Good to be home in my own bed, but missing the company, the warmth and sunshine, life on the road –and in its own special way, my little orange tent. How privileged I am to have had this experience. Thanks Sue and Peter.
Until next time I hit the road!