Comfort Hotel Highlander
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... pack - this year in a reflexion of how increasing tech usage has overtaken my life - my concern is - which mobile phone to take? Will I risk my daily use iPhone? - or take one of the many mobiles I still have secreted away in the 'Old Technology' drawer.
Then I look at them and think - how can I responsibly dispose of these toxic items? When I was a child my parents shamed me into eating by saying 'What about the poor ...
Well, it has been almost a year since we headed off on our amazingly beautiful European holiday. With every intention of turning the blog into a book, it has taken this long to get around to finalising it. Sam did a great job of editing the whole thing! A lengthy process in itself.
Everytime i look at the photos it fills me with a sense of joy at so many amazing things we got to see, and so many ...
... up my trousers! After the ants in the pants scenario I relaxed in the lounge with Georgia; I had some time to read! Dinner was Anne's Chinese cooking, consisting of pork dumplings, twice cooked pork belly, scrambled egg and tomato, and rice. Dawn also cooked a delicious chilli and garlic chicken dish. I picked the pork out of the dumplings, had some chicken, egg and supplemented my plate with salad. We then retired to the sofa room and watched 'About Time' which is a pretty good ...
... t think we would be wearing our winter clothes in January.
29 Jan - 3 Feb 2015 - Melbourne: Five nights in Melbourne catching up with Mike, Simone, Monique, Ella and not to forget Keith, their puppy. Friday was a day of sightseeing with Mike and Simone as the girls were at school. It was great to catch up and spend time with them and to see how settled they are now. Unfortunately Dennis caught a bacterial infection and spent almost two and ...
Lovely morning at Botanic gardens, interesting trees and flowers and birds. Had a guided tour, she was keen to show us how they are trying to cope with climate change, lack of water. Also how aborigines used trees for water. For instance the bottle tree, trunk shaped like a bottle, bark is green, if drought happens- tree sheds leaves in 2 days and green bark continues photosynthesis , and can cut hole in bark ...