Collingwood Accommodation Melbourne
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... he was a bit on the odd side, (creepy is probably a better word but it's nice to be nice!) I quickly got talking to two Welsh girls Beth and Natalie who are coming to the end of their year away. Our first stop was at a small beach for coffee and biscuits which were much needed as I didn't have time for breakfast, and then on we went to the Memorial Arch for a picture. By this point I'd also got chatting to an English couple Jack and Ellie who only arrived 3 weeks ago and a ...
... had 2 options, purchase new flights with dates before the visa expires or contact our airline to change the dates. Time was against us so we opted for the former and with the exception of an administration fee we can get refunds on the tickets once we have confirmed our visas are ok.
We checked in, then joined the very long queues for immigration and then security. We decided not to buy water after the last time and got to our boarding gate 3 minutes before they ...
So 14 hr 51 minute trip in the middle seat was doable but I only slept an hour here, an hour there, etc. Jim and the guy on the other side both extended their legs into my space and Jim leaned onto me for several hours. I had to sleep with my arms crossed on my chest and legs bent. Is this a guy thing...to expand into others personal space? Just asking! 13 of us on the same flight met Tony, our tour guide at the airport after a confusing path through immigration, ...
... were some added commentaries called Art as Therapy which gave you ideas to think about while looking at the works with regards to feelings. I really like this kind of interaction in exhibits. There were also lots of questions and points for children to consider dotted around the rooms. Thoroughly recommended! For dinner we headed to a place off Lonsdale street called Mamak which is a ...