Quest Carlton on Finlay
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... Seeing the girls was high up there.
Standing in front of 19 Japanese people waiting for a train and yelling out, konichiwa, does anyone speak english, got a reaction.
Way too many temples, but thats what makes them happy.
The food was good, and we probably suffered as we don't eat everything that moves, and tried to keep safe. If you purchase a rockmelon it cost over aud $10, and you get it in a box that is presented better than any present I have ever got.
... and vegetables and gravy. We also got cheesecake, salmon salad,
bread rolls and cheese and crackers. Overall it was all very nice!
The inflight entertainment has been good too – lots of
current movies and music and being able to see where our flight was up to, how
high we were and a day and night map – which was interesting to see the
darkness following us around the world. Malaysia Airlines aren’t ...
An early start for the bride with a walk down to the Crown Casino to play the pokies. Walk yes, pokies no. Annette then had a 7:45am start at the quilters convention. I had a more leisurely start, heading off to the museum to take in the WW1 exhibition. Another miserable Melbourne day! Overcast, cool and Rain pending. Bugger! Very interesting and very well displayed. Caught up with Annette at lunch as I was able ...
... The way I understood it was a bank in Hong Kong, was using tax payers money to fly three old balding fat gentlemen across the sea to watch a weekend of brilliant rugby, put them up in a fancy hotel and pay their food and drink, purely because they had "made some deals" in banking...that's not what life's about. Most of these people, and I know because I've spoke with them. Finish university, get a job in a bank, somehow end up with slicked back greasy hair, a black suit and ...
... road leads to Apollo Bay, an excellent place for a half way stopover. From hear the twisties run through the Great Otway National Park and hugs the coast again at the famous Twelve Apostles National Park. And so I arrived at another Icon of many annual Australian Calenders showing the natural wonders of the Country. The coast has eroded away over thousands or millions of years leaving large chunks behind standing by themselves, just off shore. I had often ...