Punthill South Yarra Grand
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... kind policeman directed us to the nearest set of lifts so we didn't have to drag our luggage down 4 flights. Sadly he was not around to direct us to the next set of lifts so we did have to go down some stairs. Stairs negotiated, we were soon in the oh so nice lobby of our high rise hotel. Check in complete, we zipped on up to the eighth floor to scope out room 829 and see what kinda view we had. It was nothing to write home about since we looked out over a set of office buildings, ...
So Mum, Dad and I are finally off to the small village of Besishahar in Nepal to open K'Sparkle's first Room to Read. There will be many adventures to be had on the journey as it is a cumulation of Passion, Emotion and a Celebration of many ...
... out straight away - we blame the movement of the ship! The skies were overcast for much of the time, so the rest of the day was spent relaxing and reading our books or doing Su Doku. Time at sea is all about doing whatever activity takes your fancy - or just chilling out. Of course there is always eating to be done - several times a ...
... Founded in 1835 initially by a few squatters from Tasmania, it was for a short while a sleepy pastoral hamlet, but within 15 years it all changed with the discovery of gold in the early 1850s. Almost overnight the hamlet was inundated by thousands upon thousands of people from all over the world. Over the next 10 years the population increased form 4,500 to 140,000. At that time Victoria produced 20 million ounces of gold - a third of the world’s total. The ...
... her and try and cheer her up. Poor Nan. We all left feeling a bit "down". Leila was a big hit with all the oldies and we walked around the wards letting everyone pat her.
Freeway journey across the Westgate Bridge down to Chelsea to visit Mason and Sandy Taylor, friends from Wodonga Baps Church. Their ...