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... terminal, it was Qantas Link and not Qantas. Qantas have changed terminals now and operate out of Terminal 3 but it was only a walk through the car park so not so bad. We had some toast and coffee in the Qantas Club and called Mum and Becca. We are pretty excited to be home now. Mums cooked us chicken stroganoff for dinner. We couldn't help it we had a pancake as well as a couple of bikkies, making pigs of ourselves on our homeward leg just to keep busy I think. Our flight ...
... absolutely enthralled by the whole concept of the vocal trumpet. Monique was sitting near the Grammarphones, so we're not sure how much of the concert she actually watched.
We leave you with an inspiring moment from our trip to Mt Wellington:
Monique: Oh my gosh, we're one thousand metres above sea level!
Eseta: That's just a dramatic way of saying we're on a mountain.
... knows - we might have the whole town there to see us. Your girls are (almost) international stars.
Thank you for all the positive feedback that you've been sending us through the Blog - in fact, that's been another success story for this tour. We will continue to update the Blog with as much information and photos as possible. We have very little down time at the moment, so the updates are done in between activities and when time permits.
... days, money juggling.
Maybe I'll take up spinning plates too.
Oh, I also noticed that in my last blog I drank a lot of wine. I made lots of notes in its regards. Today while I write I am drinking a double shot latte. But don't worry. There will be lots of wine in my travels, but it will be of the Napa Valley variety.
So be patient, this blogging gal is a bit rusty, and check back soon!
... visitors than any other. The park is beautiful and rugged, but the gem of its features is the breathtaking mountain that gives it its name. We arrived at the park, picked up a map and checked the weather conditions, then hit the trail on the 7.5 hour hike that would take us to the summit of Cradle Mountain and back. Starting in the valley below it was an uphill climb the whole way, but every step was rewarded with amazing views of streams, lakes, and rock massifs.