Clarion Hotel on Canterbury
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... 13 miles exploring the city. My first stop was at a Telstra store to register and pay for a sim card to make local Australian calls. Immediately after Telstra came the MCG.
The Melbourne Cricket Ground, MCG does daily tours, which, as I found out, were not so daily. Unfortunately there were no tours today and I could instead see the museum. Not knowing anything about Cricket, I didn't think it would be worth me seeing the Museum. On ...
... he was entertaining an eighteen year old female passenger in his cabin. It later emerged, at the trial, that they were playing cards. An Aussie court found this very hard to believe as there were no bottles of beer found. Wonder if the "Costa Concordia" captain will suffer a similar fate. Craggy Glen the asked if we had any plans for lunch as he knew a distillery in the area that also serves good food. This was agreed with alacrity by the travellers. We had ...
... around Melbourne during the day, and helped Chetna prepare New Year's Eve dinner in the evening. New Year's Eve in Melbourne was lots of fun. We had a nice Italian-style dinner at Chetna's place with pizza, tiramisu and Champagne, and went to see the fireworks afterwards. We first went to see the fireworks for children, and at midnight, Giacomo and I saw the big fireworks at Southbank. The fireworks at midnight were absolutely ...
... I had no worries about the flight I was actually looking forward to some free wine and countless films to watch! As we'd had such long journeys previously we weren't fussed about 7 hours on an emirates plane! We had to get a train within the airport to the food court and other terminals, it was pretty big. Getting on the train we spotted a couple of girls Ellie etc met the other night out on KL, who we ...
... minute drive to Cranbourne ended up taking just under two hours in traffic, this included a stop off for gas refill en route.
At 6pm we finally got to our destination cousin Shirley and husband Des home in Cranbourne. To say we were pooped was an understatement. We said our g'days and then apologised and went off to make our dinner. Lucky it is family and such beautiful family at that. They were so understanding. Guess that day will be our biggest so far.