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After dinner, Patty recommended I make
a poster to put up tomorrow. Done. Hopefully there are some good
people in this world.
Ironically, I found someone's
Commonwealth debit card on the side of the road today. I planned to
return it tomorrow. I know how they must feel. I hope that my good
actions in returning the card will find their way into the mind of
whoever found my cash. The glass is half full, the glass is half
full, the glass is half full!
There were a whopping nine “vollies”
today! Daniel, Nora, the Aussie David, Chiharu and Shina and three
new faces. One Aussie girl, Emma, volunteers only one day per week. I
had limited convo with her. Steph did her first day today and was
quiet, but really nice. I look forward to interacting with her more.
The last person was Dylan, a true character. From Injune (4.5 hours
northwest), he never stopped talking. He is quite an ...
... buddies – Kolbi and Finn. Paul’s last day of school had me fighting tears. I went to pick him up and he had a group of about 15 kids around him giving him hugs and some of them were crying! He had a really tight group and will probably miss his aussie friends more than any of us.
One of the most heart-warming good-byes came from all three of the boy’s rugby league teams. Each of the boys led their team through ...
... to PNG. After customs I went straight to the Virgin Australia office to find out if I could change my flight to PNG. I knew that I cannot change the one from PNG to Singpore (which by the way is the most expensive flight of my entire trip). Yes, I can change my flight to PNG for 80 A$ = 57 EUR if I find another date/flight for the same price. Good news. Back to arrival level. Purchased shuttle transfer to hostel. Waited for shuttle. Got bitten by an insect (kind of mosquito) in my ...
... tower, we got tickets but had to wait and hour, so decided to go and get a drink.
Headed over to Hungry jacks, wanted the chocolate sundae, but they'd changed it to a new one, so settled for that. It was a bit sickly.
On the way back to the museum we had a look in a souvenir shop, there was an Australian guy amazed that a little Kangaroo cost $18 (£9) It was a rip off really.
Got back to the museum and ...