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... the American Airlines flight and book a new one way flight with United Airlines but actually on Qantas. This cost us $2,298.19 which is almost the cost of our original return fare. Needless to say, not happy and I am currently in discussions with American Airlines for compensation, but little luck so ...
... distance from Melbourne to Cape York is approximately 4500km. That, and that it gotten pretty late at night and we needed somewhere to stay for the night. Upon arrival, my mother had a call from my sister: she and her boyfriend were tailing right behind us. She dropped by to say hello in Sydney because one for the most famous band of all time, Coldplay was performing. She and Yun (her boyfriend) have managed to snag tickets to go see ...
Friday I did some mega van driving today and Rania did some mega pottering around the flat. As I was in the van so much and it doesn't have a radio I had to amuse myself by sporadically dinging the bell on the dashboard from time to time. Rania's pottering took her to collect the race packs for the half marathon on Sunday. She also got two free newspapers and dos this body analysis that found out she has one arm fatter than the other and one arm more muscly than ...
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... still a-ok to eat. It's a gathering spot where people sit at common tables, eat great food, pay what they can afford, and take home extra bread if they wish.
Of all the marine animals we saw this year, Stingrays were one that eluded us. At Hamlin Bay Stingrays are protected and hang out in numbers right at the shore. What a feeling to be wading in the water and have these huge pancakes sweep over our ankles! Although Australia's trees are different, the ...