Clarion Hotel on Canterbury
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... a layover in Melbourne so we could maybe see Arion and have lunch or something. When he came back after booking and said we had all day, I was surprised and pleased. And at this point, I was awake, caffeinated and excited to begin our day with my favorite nephew. He'd rented a car for us, and drive us back to his place where we freshened up, had some tea and saw where he lived. Nice digs, but expensive. A thing we were find out as we spent some ...
... screaming "Racetrack, Racetrack!". In turn I'm screaming take the photo, take the photo while slowing down as much as I could so she could take the photo. But what do I hear from the back seat, oh ****, I had my eyes closed. Not filled with confidence I drove on but once I saw the photos Leanne came good and got the best she could from where we were.
The concert was held 6th December and 300,000 people attend. In all it had 3 ...
... and might not be reliable for a longer trip Unfortunately myself, and to some extent Glen J, suffered through energy sapping viral infections, with a persistent cough, in the month leading up to our departure so our preparation hasn't been the best. Hopefully the weather increasing from a chilly 8 degrees in Melbourne to a toasty 32 degrees in Karumba will assist. So bring on the adventure, I'm ready in mind, bike and spirit, cos the body sure ain't gonna know what's hit ...
... just a phone call away. We chatted about where we had all lived in Melbourne. He recalled living in Wantirna, just down the road from where I lived in Heathmont, right near Bellbird Park, which no longer exists due to development in the early 70s. After leaving Ian we drove as far as Rosedale in Gippsland, just past Traralgon, and camped just off the highway. Very noisy spot with traffic passing most of the night ...
... wandering around the market stalls with the stallholders shouting out their offers and we were pleased with the apparent freshness of all the food. We ended up with more than anticipated because everything was so tempting, so we dropped this back at the hotel before setting off into the centre again to resume Nicole's boot hunt.
Eventually we found a pair - much to my relief, there's nothing worse than a cold 'Cole. They cost a bit more than ...