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Well it's a damn good thing that Ella is friendly with someone up there. What with Harry being sick and missing his last week of school to Ella getting it from him and having a temperature of 39.3 degrees on Saturday afternoon, it's amazing we made it anywhere! But, illnesses aside, we got to Pudong airport with plenty of time to spare. Harry was so excited that he managed to excite himself to sleep in the taxi! We passed the time ...
Departed Nth Balwyn a little after 10:00am. Eian got us to Tulla by 10:45. Got our luggage checked through to Paris which was great. Tulla to Sydney where we had to kill a couple of hours then flew on time for Singapore. Headwinds all the way and arrived late with only about 40 minutes to stretch our legs. However, there was some issue and we left Singapore late. We flew from Sydney in Premium Economy in a Boeing 777-800. We had 2 seats on the window, but were seated over the wing ...
... snacks. We took a few pictures of the ocean and beach there and then drove on. Next stop was a small rainforest. There isn’t a lot of that left but the walk through it was incredible. There are old eucalyptus trees that are huge in there. Fern trees and other vegetation lined the path. The pictures will show this part off better than words.
A bit of a drive through some rolling hills that were lovely and reminded us of ...
... deposit for our safari, insurance, and most of our car hires in the various countries.
I think this is an essential strategy so that when you’re 'on the ground’ you’re only forking out for daily things like food, fuel, and accommodation. It all feels far less painful this way, I think. Occasionally, we hadn’t paid for something big in advance because we didn’t know dates, like our Oz car hire and our wedding, and ...
... along the upper path to our campsite or descend 366 steps to Wreck Beach below for a beachwalk. This section became impassable at moderate tides so we had woken up early to try to reach it for low tide and were pushing the window of possible crossing – but we went for it!
This whole stretch of coastline we had walked is also known as the Shipwreck Coast, and it has earned its name many times over the years. Wreck Beach was beautiful and the site of three ...
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