Adina Apartment Hotel South Yarra
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... the airport for their flight home, before going home ourselves to settle in to our new place.
That first night in our new place was so cold! We had our flanelette sheets on, so we managed to stay warm, but our room was so cold we could see our breath as we were talking! We both felt really strange, it didn't feel like our place yet!
This morning (Monday) G had a cold shower as our hot water service wasn't working for some reason ...
... been the hardest to coordinate. Too much to see, so little time in which to see it in. It took a bit of research (thank goodness for google) and a lot of advice from seasoned travelers to narrow down to what is now Afrika Avontuur - which for those playing at home is 'adventure' in Afrikaans. It all comes down to 2 legs - southern Africa and eastern Africa - 6 countries in 5 weeks! To sum it up in a word - ...
... country for three months!
That would have sounded crazier to me as a kid than the possibility of being an Astronaut did.
We read books, watch movies, live vicariously through other people on facebook while we complain about the current state of our lives. We feel the short burst of motivation from those viral videos on how we can improve our life without relying on technology, watching Discovery Channel Documentaries ...
... So the plan is: Nepal (3 weeks), Tibet (1 week), India (4 weeks including 1 week volunteering) & Vietnam (6.5 weeks including 4 weeks volunteering)
Goals: Meet people. Eat weird things. Learn about everything. Be open to everything. Lose weight. Conquer Poon Hill (the mountain, not the man)
Till next time
Ann & Jason xo
... picked a grudge match between local districts Carlton and Richmond. As the beers flowed there the atmosphere in the stands became increasingly fractious, especially as there is no segregation of opposing fans, but thankfully there were no fisticuffs.
And so to our wedding. The day started inauspiciously, with jet lag dictating that we were both unalterably awake by 6am sharp. Eventually we gave in to insomnia and decided to get up ...