Prahran Village Guest House
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... t know it's there then you'll just walk straight past. We nearly did. There's a little doorway leading to it. In between a restaurant and a side road, you really don't know it's there. You go up in a lift and instantly walk in to the outside! This bar has a brick path leading down the middle of the room, astro turf on either side of the path, the bar is made from garden fencing and there's even a shed to sit in if your feeling like it. It was a bit of a miserable ...
... retired and enjoying life with little genealogy and a little travel to exotic places. She brought a whole packet of photos with hers I could see some of the people in her part of the family. We met again a few days later and had lunch in Melbourne and traded more family stories.
... on the cob for dinner. Our Barossa wine paired nicely with the meal! It was awesome to have some home cooked food. But even better was becoming reacquainted with Emma and getting to know her family. The conversation flowed smoothly and before we knew it it was time to allow these first time parents to get some sleep. We taxied home to find the rest of our crew relaxing after hanging out on the Australian Open ...
... safe and fabulous 2015!
So what did I say about the expected changes from the walk..?
- identifying the focus that I want to place on different elements of my life;
- valuing myself;
- dealing with change and travel - too much or lack thereof
- how to handle the possible loss of new friends that had been such a wonderful part of the adventure
- realising that the everyday 'process' of life is ...
... feeding the kangaroos, there were also 2 albinos, they looked very odd. Saw wombats, wallabies , llamas as well. Then onto the island, where wallabies were wild so was fun spotting them in the long grass. Also saw an echidna bit like a porcupine. Nice to see them free. As we drove around could see burrows with baby penguins inside, they were waiting for the parent to come back with fish. This is what the island is known for, penguin parade. ...