Sundowner Jika International
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSundowner Jika International Melbourne
Good value for clean, recently updated rooms and friendly service. It is easy to get into central Melbourne on the train or by taxi from the motel. The free buffet breakfast was a nice perk.
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... of days. This journey will involve both cultural and seaside experiences. An adventure filled with action, relaxation and discovery (I hope). South East Asia you had better live up to expectations! While actions have consequences, in the case of the Sagittarius, so do thoughts. Through astrological conviction, I fall into the category of a being a 'typical' Sagittarian. This has both positive and negative connotations, the need for ...
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... the diversity of students in my classes here in one class we can have over 10 nationalities, and in my field (which is education) it is so interesting to meet teachers from all over the world.
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Simple day. A walk around the lake at Albert Lake. School at a park bench in the warm breeze. A few hours on the beach and the day was a wrap. We did start to sort out NZ which is only a few weeks away. Caleb did come up with the oddest line of the day... While out walking Christine must have said ...
... Eddington was on our Council of Elders he made about 30 trips from Australia to the United States and we visited with them often. It was good to see them in their home territory.
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