Grand Mercure Docklands
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... what the looky looky men would sell on the street corners, and they were trying to convince you that these are branded and obviously are not at the prices they were passing them on for. The leather goods were costly too and I lost interest in looking in the end, as some of the stuff I had seen were the same prices as in the retail stores, where you can guarantee at least some quality. All in all quite disappointing, I do love a bargain and there really wasn't much of that here. By ...
... been waiting for months for this day and now it has come and they were so happy! We were too! We cuddled so much, over and over. It was crazy, but in the best way! The sisters had cell phones to call for the buses and the bus came for us right away. As we exited the platform to board the Bethel bus, one of the sisters phoned the brother driving that there would be one additional person coming to take the tour with us. It was a non-witness man who lived in a nearby town ...
... hosts of tiny fairy penguins return home from their fishing grounds out in the ocean. This happens all along the south-eastern costs of Australia, but the largest migration is on Phillip Island. We book a three-attraction ticket to see the penguins, visit the koala conservation area and a typical farm.
The koalas are high up in the trees mostly sleeping, which ...
... said they don’t do blogs, so I may not have achieved one of my goals.
Now for the trip itself.
This has been one of the great travel experiences of my life, and has left me in awe of our spectacular land. As I said after last year’s first foray into the outback, how did I live 60 years before exploring my own country. I was constantly reminded of the verse from Dorothea MacKellar’s poem:
I love ...
... granted this opportunity and will treasure and value every step of the way. I will start to pack tomorrow, and ensure that everything is organised for those I am leaving behind at home, I will miss them terribly but I also believe that this is my time, to put myself first and not have to consider what everyone else's needs are before looking after myself, and I have not done that for over 25 ...