Flinders Landing Apartments
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... sweet little girl. She didn't even cry that much and she smiled and giggled a lot. She was getting on with her school stuff and her learning French stuff. Gleice was doing well too, just studying and continuing to struggle with the French bureaucracy. But c'est la vie, non?!? I could see that my friends were making realistic decisions about their future and in a way, it did urge me to do the same. Against my heart, I knew at some point I had to come back ...
... her along whenever she got tired and let us.
Still, we made it to the end, where we got to see the southernmost stand of mangroves in the world whilst having a biscuit, and generally the walk was quite nice, offering varied scenery and plant life. Even spotted a wallaby bouncing away from the track.
Upon our return to the car park we made some lunch and ate it at the conveniently placed picnic table there before setting off for Melbourne. It rained a bit as we ...
... all too soon. Our adventure begins in Hanoi and Halong Bay where the weather may be cooler and a little wetter. We move down to Hue and Hoi An...Dalat in the mountains and then Ho Chi Minh City which we expect to be hot and great pool weather, before returning to Australia. What a diverse country it is weather wise!
I expect this will be a big ...
... everyone that 2015 is when we will not leave Australia.
But this trip to Spain was driven by a not-to-be-missed opportunity. To celebrate her 60th birthday in a memorable way, our friend Vida and her husband Neil booked on the Al Andalus Express, the train trip we enjoyed in 1996, and invited us to join them. We thought it a great idea.
Tony picked us up at 20:30 giving us plenty of time ...
Day Seventeen – Ballarat
We leave Melbourne by car, stopping at the odd Organ Pipes National Park along the way. We are on our way to Ballarat, once one of the richest and most elegant cities in the British Empire. In 1851 gold was discovered and the rest is history. Obviously after the initial wealth, the gold eventually ran out, but not before a plethora ...