Flinders Landing Apartments
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... got our car and loaded it up, we discovered a flat tire! Great. Can you say upgrade? At 1:00 pm, two hours after we landed and at the time our friend Christine was expecting us, we were finally on our way!
People have been asking how Paul finds driving on the left hand side of road. With the exception of having a very clean windshield every time we turn, it has been fine. The road signage in both ...
So, I know I've spent a lot of time complaining about China and it's people.. What can I say, I like a good moan. But despite all the groaning, the trip has been something I will remember for the rest of my life. For better or worse, it has been a character building experience and has opened my eyes to how life is in the not-so-touristy areas of Asia. It was nice to go to the lesser known areas, as well as see the big cities and be able to compare the quality of ...
... and tails still attached. The idea is that you eat them whole but I didn't fancy that at all. They were small prawns so by the time I removed the head, tail and legs there was hardly anything left to eat. Robert saw me struggling and insisted that I have one of his pork wraps which were in fact very tasty. Anyway, it filled a hole and I was quite satisfied. We continued down alleys, through arcades of shops, talked to Wayne the ...
... the check-in only to find that I am not on the flight list. Turns out 5 of the 6 passengers that didn't get on the original flight are not on the list. The staff are hopeless but in their defence they work for Emirates not Qantas and no one is willing to help us. We finally get them to call the staff desk in Melbourne to try and sort it out. They are asking for id's of the staff members and all of us are actually travelling on relatives staff and can't give them the required ...
... move on her. Of course this was all in jest, but then we were taken to the holding cells and locked up. No light, no nothing! That was just for a few minutes, I didn't want to imagine what it was like all night, night after night.
After the Watch House Experience, I had a look around the gaol. Three things stood out:1) The cells were tiny, you could easily touch both sides of the cell. I'm not sure if it was just one man to a cell, but somehow I doubt ...