Airport Clayfield Motel
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... not because of Cyclone Pam, but because the caterers we ******* about.
So after about 30 minutes we were able to board, wasn’t to bad as Tetris kept me occupied. Got to out seats, we were over the wing this time. Hadn’t been able to check which seats we’d chosen then I checked-in online as we just wanted it done.
Plane was in a rush, so quickly got everyone sat and took off, it was a bit shaky, and we could see the wings ...
... one way or another! They served coffee & tea with cakes but as there was a bar it seemed silly not to have the odd glass of wine. We couldn't understand why the assistant was surprised at our requests- perhaps Brits are only supposed to drink ...
... Perth and her "cousins". Despite looking right at us, they didn't acknowledge our presence, likely because they were blacked out. They walked out of the bar, apparently not interested. Bullet dodged. About an hour later as I was trying to figure out dinner plans they reappeared, and sat next to us. The woman was screaming again... blackout drunk. Chris tries to explain that we saw them last night. Impressively the woman did remember she had been at a Tiki bar ...
... Greg & Trace very kindly drove us to the airport, where we bid them a sad farewell... I think we were lucky to get Ollie out of the car as they were very tempted to keep him!! Having checked in, we met Andy & Sue immediately as we came through immigration (as they were on their way to Japan for a holiday) & so spent our last hour or two on Aussie soil having some lovely family time, with Sue enjoying doing all the looking after Ollie... who obviously wasn't going to ...
... I just forgot about the Patron. So we check the luggage, go through security and my backpack isn't in the machine. I ask one of the staff and he tells me he's going to search it and I have to witness the process, I had to stand behind a barrier thing, asks me a couple of times if there is anything that might injure him in the bag. I'm sort of freaking a little and I'm racking my brain as to what the **** is in my bag. Still nothing clicks. He's pulling ...