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It's Eurovision time so we are getting Gio and Mark coming over tonight. Mark is going to cook for us which is very nice. We're responsible for the nibbles and drinks so we are going to get some. Not sure if I really like this app. It has some dodgy layout on the web when it's send to people.
... a Google to here what we mean. A really narrow spit that is separate from the mainland, really cool! We enjoyed a Thai meal which took us back to only a couple of months ago our many dinners of pad Thai and spring rolls. The hostel - despite its outside appearance- was a lovely modern hostel where the manager was from Bedfordshire! Small world! And certainly a Don't Judge a Book by its Cover moment! Our final day with Matty was spent at the famous Palm beach- also known ...
My first week in Melbourne was a whirlwind from start to finish. I really did have to hit the ground running on arrival. My plan to avoid jet lag by snapping straight onto Australian time as soon as I stepped foot on the plane, meant I had to stay awake for the most of the first flight which boarded at 10pm UK time. This was great in principle and did actually work, however it did mean that I was surviving on very little sleep when I arrived in Melbourne and still had a whole day ...
... with half of Japan. Not to worry though, where there are twelve apostles there is always plenty to go round!
The Great Ocean Road is best viewed travelling in a westerly direction. This way with the coast always on your left, you can easily, pull over for that one in a million photo opportunity. We were travelling east of course and most of the look outs were situated on a curve making the exercise of pulling over very risky. We did ...
... I mean they even put them inside the cupboards and then put in the shelves. What an idiot. Shoddy and full of sand, they were removed finally.
Followed by the rest of the carpet.
We then were offered to stay at one of Danny cummins mates' place; his name was Matty, he played for the wolves also, plus he was an ex-carpet fitter so just the kind of person I needed for some guidance with the van, to get it ship shape.
Danny lives with his wife katar and ...