Comfort Inn Mahogany Park
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– from headphones and movies to Choc Ripple biscuits and MnM’s courtesy of Dad!
These have kept us entertained and full so far! Just need to make sure we don’t
still have any of the food when we arrive in London tomorrow – but we have
having a pretty good go at it already. We had lunch provided on the plane that
was surprisingly nice. Real chicken (or at least something that was a very ...
... our first year here in Melbourne, so we're always pleased and proud when we find that we're familiar with an area, or know how to get from one place to another without our GPS. At the moment we're not sure how we'll be celebrating our one year anniversary here, but we do have a few little trips planned.
We'll try to update everyone more regularly as we go away on our little adventures, but don't hold your breath!
... beat-boxing and the other was playing the didgeridoo and another instrument I had never seen before, like a convex steel drum. They played some amazing music and we watched them for quite awhile. We then made our way to find food! So many food choices! I first had my heart set on BBQ as that is one of the things I am missing most from home right now, but then we saw these spiraled potatoes on a stick and we HAD to have one! You get to choose ...
... haha!! We continued our walk for half hour or so chatting and it was so nice. Actually being in the rainforrest itself was amazing I loved it!!
We drove for an hour or so and came across "the main attractions" of the great ocean road which are..the 12 apostles and the gorge we also.managed to fit a trip to Gibson's steps (Jacobs ladder we called them for you Maureen!!) The gorge was absolutely stunning and its formation was just wow. Actually think ...
... we went to the beach in St Kilda for a couple of hours and booked our flights to Tasmania to do our farm work. We then went for Italian in St Kilda then went back to the beach to watch the sun set which was amazing. On Monday we spent the morning sorting out some last minute bits in town and got all packed up. Then made our way that night to catch the overnight bus to Sydney. Watched Micky Flanagan on the bus before trying to get as much sleep as we possibly ...