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... been fun. Its amazing all the different people that have joined the cruise for whatever reason, a relative or even just a holiday. There are those with a direct link to someone at Gallipoli and those who just wanted to do the trip. There are quite a few families and groups and the ages range from 7 weeks to 92 years and everything inbetween. I would probably sum up the people on board as eclectic. ...
After doing copious amount of googling and refining we have finally gotten our gear organised. We have been doing some training although it seems hard to find time to get to the gym. I've stopped the grog, save a couple occasions, since Torquay which was early January, changed my diet and lost 9kgs. Sue has put us in ...
Well here we are, in Melbourne having completed our amazing road trip.
We went from Bordertown, SA this morning, into Victoria, through Ballarat and down into Melbourne city. It was a longer drive than we expected, with 100 being the maximum speed on most of the roads when we have been cruising along on 110 for most of our journey. Melbourne also really turned on their weather for us, with it being cold, overcast and storming. Welcome to ...
... served as ballast for the early ships. St. Kilda is a bit "rackist" (a bit of a red light district). It is the music heart of Melbourne and there are lots of restaurants. It was the hub of Jewish migration post war and very European in design, look and feel.
Melbourne was settled in 1835, a good two generations after Sydney in 1788. The settlers were free by that time (done their time as ...
... over 9 months so she had lots of great stories! She then took me down to Brighton Beach! We grabbed a bite of chips (fries) and then took a walk on the beach. The beach huts are super cute! Families in the area own them and apparently they are about $250K to own! There was one family enjoying some wine in theirs. Each hut is painted differently and has its own charm. Of course I had to take a picture in front of the iconic Australia hut. The view from the beach was amazing! you could ...