Punthill South Yarra Serviced Apartments
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Left hotel at 06.40 and gave Rob his morning exercise we walked about a mile to meet the coach.Didn't get home until past midnight last night a lot of zzzzz on the coach.
Started the day with a trip to puffing billy, first stop Dandenong Range for tea from a bilabong can, vegemite on biscuits and lemmingtons. You could also feed the parakeets, you has to buy seed and only feed in one area. Well got the seed for $4 then went ...
Breakfast is a very satisfying offering of three hot and cold courses. Recognizing our Melbourne origins, Ian fetches freshly brewed coffee for us from the business class galley. It's not up to Melbourne café standards, but the attention to detail has been mightily impressive.
Transferring at Auckland is a breeze (anything airport would be after LAX!) and before we know it we are collecting bags at Tulla ...
... I really think about it, but I'm not one to pity myself or wonder why life chose to do this. Things happen in life that are horrible and heart wrenching but it is ultimately your choice whether you want to sit and cry and feel sorry for yourself forever or to get up, find some strength within yourself and around those who love you and keep going because people need you, and most importantly, YOU need you. My father had cancer for 11 years, he had about 7 good years in that and ...
... fit for a castle which seems particularly out of place but is of note, before the one street town sits before you. We stopped off for coffee & cake in one of the many cafes in this small area after a bit of fuss trying to find a way of paying as card machines evidently don't make it to this part of the world! From here it was back time to go south slightly to our destination of Jervis Bay, a spot recommended to us by Abi & Dan when we first arrived in Sydney over six months ...
... but the doors shut and the tram left the platform with Edd on it and me, well, not. I called him and he told me to get onto the next tram and get to the next stop, just further down from where I was. He jumped on my tram, which turned out to be the right one and we got to his first interview just in time. Tram drivers were nothing like bus drivers in England, noted.
We both had interviews at 11am and went in opposite ...