One Thornbury Boutique Bed And Breakfast
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... flight - just a few bumps as we left the Australian mainland and headed north over Indonesia and the waters in between. Etihad aircraft was clean (compared to the Emirates flights we have recently had) and the staff were very helpful with Helen in particular.
Just short of 8 hours in the air.
... us the in's and out's of where everything was and how things worked. Our campervan could sleep 4 people - 2 on the bottom bed and 2 up top in what I will call the storage cubby. We had a sink, fridge, 2 burner cooktop, microwave, a few drawers to store cooking utensils, and an open toilet and shower awkwardly located next to the cooking area in the same compartment. Jonah's first impressions of the campervan - it was not German engineered, a bit tight ...
... s cured. I was able to read the iPad in the car, not just Google Maps but websites. I could read in the plane. Unbelievable!
So that's it! I loved it! Thanks to all the people that left comments for me on the site. It was hard to see them and reply on the iPad but being home on the computer has been great. I recommend this site for your next trip and pls include me as I love reading other people's stuff.
... sight of hundreds of bats the size of seagulls coming out of the woods greeted me. It was extraordinary! The noise was almost deafening but the sight was breathtaking, more and more came out and the sky was almost black with bats, or grey necked flying foxes as they're known here. It was amazing, and a total surprise! However had we bothered to read the welcome information leaflet we were given we would have been given a heads up!! The next morning we had ...
... at home with it. The airports, the flights, the search for my accommodation, the noisy hostels, the map reading, the sightseeing, becoming friends with strangers, the new sights and sounds, it is all in my daily routine- BUT, I know it is temporary, special and that I am extremely lucky to call these things my 'normal'. Everyday I feel grateful and every place will stay with me when my routine ...