Plum Carlton Serviced Apartments Melbourne
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... be the lasting memories??
- Visiting Jim Dean's grave and other WW1 vets
- Our great 'social experiment' where we had various friends and family stay with us for periods of time
- Catching up with friends Ron, Geraldine and Charlie
- Going to a real French birthday party (Geraldine's), complete with plenty of Mumm champagne
- Catching up with our Melbourne neighbour ...
... attempting to speak platypus in Dutch. Don't ask, I don't remember. But it was a great night of conversation with a total stranger, which is what this whole thing is all about right? So far this day has also consisted of wandering around. I'm taking it easy tonight. I have the early nine hour bus ride to Canberra to endure. Luckily most if what I will see on the trip will be the beautiful Australian ...
... are now receiving mail.
Late morning we headed back home for a quick powernap, before a visit to the local parks and shops. After spending some more time arranging our belongings in our little room, we grabbed a coffee from our cafe in the hotel lobby and spent some time organising our week.
We've now cooked our first proper meal here and are just working on finding a place to live. I think that's all for now, talk soon!
... mph at a distance of 7966 miles. We passed the time by watching tv( personal tv behind each seat), listening to music, reading, and catching a little shut eye. Unlike our first flight from Detroit, this flight had no WiFi, but we didn't miss it.
We landed in the country of sunshine Tuesday morning at 8:30 am. The process of immigration and customs took a lot longer than it should ...
Started doing the planning for the first Desert trip with my two sons James and Thomas. We are going from Melbourne to South Australia somewhere then onto the Oodnadatta track up to Mt Dare then into the Simpson Desert. Ending up at Birdsville then down to Innaminka through Broken Hill back to Melbourne. All in two weeks. Can't wait but loving the ...