Adina Apartment Hotel Melbourne Northbank
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... substitute. The school on Monday and today had the friendliest teachers - I spent both lunch times chatting to everyone and felt like I was part of the school staff, not just a filler for the day.
We had some friends over for dinner, with Edd having cooked a delicious stew. It was great to catch up with everyone and thank the Melbourne girls for all their help with our move; it also turned out that Edd was a pretty good cook, something that ...
The ferry across the 'ditch' on Wed 24th June was smooth but we hardly slept and so glad to be greeted by a much loved daughter and her husband Mariano at their apartment close by. Breakfast over and Claire had to run (work) and Mariano had to leave us too for his work. We settled in and were so tired we enjoyed a nap after lunch! Poor old things!
Once Friday evening came around we were ready to launch ...
... we were starving and a long way from food! So that was it, and time to face the reality of packing up to go home. We had to sort and pack properly this time for international air travel, but were very grateful that our host's husband would drive us to the airport (for a fee, of course!) which saved us the sweat of conquering transport on the last day.
Fabio (a military man, although Peter thought he said 'milkman'!) picked us up and ...
... to jump back on a tram and head back into the city for lunch. An interesting ride as the trip took me through a number of sites and suburbs that I was familiar with. Disembarked on Collins at the junction of Swanson - know my way around Melbourne mate! Had planned to visit the Sports Museum at the MCG before the game yesterday but ran out of time. I had the time, so off to the MCG via tram. A well set up museum covering all sports with a large section for both AFL and ...
... reason for missing Sydney. It was real 'bush camping' with camp fires, kangaroos, parrots, bush walks, beach walks. The kangaroos and parrots are so used to people they will eat from your hand. One parrot even landed on our packet of biscuits! We made a new Aussie friend, a retired policeman called Rod who shared the most amazing bottle of red wine with us. He offered to take us to the winery near his home ...