Melbourne Short Stay Apartments
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... nefarious purposes. She actually laughed when we told her that the kids use the scissors in them for their needlepoint projects. Whew!
According to Paul, the flight had a "very bumpy beginning", but it was "very uneventful". Is the man who is terrified of flying being converted? Yes, for those of you who don't know, Paul is not a fan of flying. Imagine traveling around the world with a man who hates ...
... of setting foot in the country. We were greeted by what I can only describe as a baby tarantula who attempted to crawl on my backpack. Lovely. Although his life was quickly ended by a passing member of staff from the airport. Thank god. Those of you who know me, can imagine the mini freak out I was having! Not the last of spider confrontations though unfortunately! So we are staying at Clayton's beautiful home in Mickleham, a suburb out side of Melbourne. We met ...
... 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 ...
... in N.Z. as having a camper meant we could turn up to places and not have to worry about vacancies and reading reviews etc.
Finally we started getting there, at least in terms of planning the next few days driving to and stopping in Sydney. However by this time we couldn’t even be bothered to go out for food so we ate some leftover chocolate for dinner before falling asleep. Not a very exciting or productive day, but it was needed.
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... to house and street lighting, but in this case someone had to bear the brunt of a large electrical box in their front yard.
Other front yard items that were a bit out of kilter was one that had the whole of the front garden full of Arum Lillies. These are now considered a weed in Australia due to the way that they have spread ...