Adina Apartment Hotel Wollongong
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My room had a very conferable bed and walk in shower. Great room service and a lot of manners from the employee.
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Well all good holidays must come to an end, ours did today when we pulled up outside home. Six and a half weeks went very quickly and we travelled 7,000kms.
We spent 1 week with Adam and Katherine in Ararat and then we all went away for the weekend to Newbridge on the Loddon River which was lovely to spend the time camping with family.
After Adam and Katherine left on Sunday to drive back to Ararat we stayed another night as it is really a ...
Date finally arrived and we flew out at 2.50 right on time. After 13 hours squashed like are sardine finally arrive on time at about 9.30. Got a cab from the airport to Howard Johnson about 12 o'clock. And they let us into the room ( thank god) all I wanted was a shower. ...
... ago when he filled in his drivers license application in NZ, and no one cross checked it (obviously!). So we had another ID problem!! It's his photo, and its at least Mark Betts. Hopefully they will allow him to stay at the hotels we are booking in America, whatever his name is... What does your library card say? Student card? Do you have any ID with your real name on it?
We both can't wait. Next entry will be on the day we leave! Until then...
... at fallen angels, who have different limits on what is socially acceptable and what is stalking. For me, understanding different cultures is an essential part of travelling. Travel is freedom. I love the freedom of being alone in a new city, walking down streets and literally turning wherever you feel like going. You're not restricted in any way but can just walk and be entirely free, free from yourself too in a way that can only be achieved when travelling. You can also ...
... for the Australian side. We all got back together and on the coach, Heather with her bag of chocolates from the town chocolatere, and headed for Spain and the city of Pamplona. Not only had we changed countries but also the size of the hotel room, this one was about twice the size of our rooms in England and France. After a quick unpack we were off for a walking tour ...