Beau Monde International - a boutique Hotel
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After 63 days in which we managed to visit France, Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Montenegro, Sicily and Malta our Grand Adventure has finally come to an end. We left Paris at 10:00pm on Saturday October 3 and arrived back home at around 8:00am Monday October 5. We've had a great time and have truly enjoyed sharing our experiences and photos ...
... fast indeed to the airport, and as all went smoothly there we had lots of time to fill in and wind down. We were not looking forward to the Rome-Singapore leg, as it was our only economy flight and was 12 hours long, but it was OK and we had the row at the front of economy with a spare seat and no-one in front of us - so no complaints. I just watched the hours tick by one at a time until we were descending into Singapore and emerged to stretch at ...
... to see the fairy penguins come in from their daily expedition at sea.
The sunset over Port Phillip Bay was stunning but I didn't bring my tripod. Bugger. Camera-wise I was travelling light, choosing just one SLR and a wide angle lens. I figured the main thing to capture at the MCG would be the enormity of the place, so the wide angle was my choice.
We had dinner in St Kilda and we were back at the hotel fairly early to be ready for a HUGE day tomorrow.
... June. Was very happy to meet her.
Then I did about an 45 minute Power Point presentation of LifeNets. I showed some of the projects that we did around the world such as provide scholarships, drill boreholes, build schools and clinics, help with summer camps, disaster relief and more. The churches in Australia have generously supported our various projects around the world and have been instrumental in helping our brethren ...
... but she came back ( but yet kept her distance). We were given a room immediately and were able to freshen up. We felt like new ( yet totally exhausted ) people. We walked and got on a free city tram and went to Queen Victoria's Market. It was amazing! It looked like a mix of shanghai underground and Detroit's Eastern Market. We found a food street and have since gone on a mission to eat ...