Flagstaff City - Melbourne
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... looked it up in their medical books. After 10 years of having to explain what the condition is to every single medical person that I have death with I was absolutely amazed that not only had this doctor heard of it, she knew all the ins and outs of it and sat discussing it with me. Amazing 2 bonus points for Australian health care. After my medical we had lunch and then headed back for our bags to start our next journey to safety beach. All we knew was that we had to get ...
... had to leave oz in a year.
Out comes the backup plan.
Essentially the same visa only we were able to get a two year visa for nz and I had to have a medical to check I'm not an invalid. As I write this I yesterday passed my chest X-ray and now wait until 19th August for my medical and blood tests. Yes I'm a little nervous as I'm not allowed to drink alcohol for 48 hours before and this coincides with my birthday on Saturday. So even though my ...
... and views of the city and the snow-capped Andes in the distance. I'm glad I went back there, I walked around for about an hour and could have probably spent longer there. I quite like Santiago, it has some pretty areas and some kind of grotty areas too but at all times I've felt safe here, even when walking by myself. There are quite a few homeless people here- reminds me a bit of Toronto- and lots of stray dogs which are very well looked after. Apparently this is because the ...
We woke up again very early this morning. We've been so tired and jet-lagged that we fall asleep fairly early in the evening, and then get up at the crack of dawn. But, that is a good thing because our tour starts officially today with a group dinner tonight, then we start out early each morning on the official OAT tour. So we appear to have worked out our timing just right.
I think the jet lag hit us ...
Today we visited the old Melbourne gaol. It was a historically significant building as it held the famous criminal Ned Kelly. The gaol itself had a very creepy vibe especially when we saw the place where the hangings took place. Afterwards we headed to the mock trial where we all had acting roles in the Ned Kelly trial. I played George ...