Adina Apartment Hotel Melbourne
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This morning (Thursday), after a fabulous and decadent dinner at Fat Badgers last night, saying goodbye to Bella, Caroline, and Jessie -Lee, we made our way to Queenstown Airport and flew to Melbourne, Australia. I almost lost two of our Swiss Army knives because I forgot they were in Jack's backpack which is our carry-on! Luckily, the Customs official realized that we were not going to use ...
Because I have been terrible at blogging recently, I am going to do my best to summarise the last couple of months in Melbourne. I'm gonna try and cover as much ground as possible, without boring the hell out of you all! So we landed in Melbourne on the 18th October. Ben has quite a few family members in Melbourne, so the plan is to stay with some of them for a while. Whilst waiting at the airport for Ben's cousin Clayton to pick us up, my worst fear came true within ...
... is 88 years old, her mum is 86. They've been married for 60 years!!! And they've lived in the same house...together...under the same roof...all those years! HA! They have both been in the Truth since 1961. Their minds are sharp and witty, and they had wonderful experiences in the ministry to tell. I'll have to share those when I see you. Too much to blog!
Sue made a delicious homemade chicken soup, which was perfect to take the chill out of our ...
... plant looked out of place in an otherwise ok garden.
Then there was the state of hedging used. One in very good shape, that was doing an excellent job as a hedge, but another where an elderly neighbour doesn't like the hedge so just keeps hacking at it. 3 -4 years ago this was a great hedge, but no more. Due to ...
... br> The roadtrip:
Nights away: 80
Nights in camper: 51
Distance travelled: roughly 12,500 km (add 4200 km for Paul)
Different locations stayed in: 32
Flat tyres: 0
Mechanical issues: 2 (gasline on camper and air filter on car)
Paul: swimming with whale sharks at Ningaloo, the night sky in the outback, Bungles, Uluru, Cape Leveque,
Matilda: the reptile house at Alice Springs ...