Frankston Motor Inn
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I missed out by several months on an auction of one of the lads medals (an English auction); its one of the fellas I've been visiting for over a decade now - unfortunately I was away overseas and missed the auction; I have contacted the Auctioneer to put me in touch with the buyer; hopefully if they get in touch we could come to an arrangement. Wearing this man's medals and representing him personally in the months or years to come ...
On Sunday morning we walked up to the rental car company to collect the car. They allowed us to leave it in the car park until we were ready for it. So we went back into the lovely Melbourne lanes for breakfast. We had great success and managed to order our favourite breakfasts with fabulous coffee for me. On the way back to get the car I had a pit stop at my favourite new shop UniQlo to buy some delicious warm knitwear for work. We then picked up the bags from the hotel ...
... as having landbased adventures and that has given yet more enjoyment, and this time we will have a combination of both. After a demanding year in 2014 culminating in Susan having her left knee replaced and finally retiring from the business, we decided to celebrate the start of this new phase of our life by taking a 'big' trip. We will be away for 9 weeks ...
... place we saw had its own beauty.... and there are too many special places to mention... so we have recapped by adding some photos that remind us of how lucky we are to live in Australia . Most of these will be made into coffee table books for us to enjoy and remind us of how lucky we have been to complete this trip.
So this is the last and final entry of our Inaugural road trip around Australia BUT be rest assured it will NOT be ...
... off the coast of Canarvon in the Indian Ocean the Sydney Vs the German Raider Komoran took place in WW2 (19 November 1941) - the Sydney was sunk and we lost hundreds of men (645). Our greatest ever Australian Naval loss.
My dad was a POW in Changi and went with J Force to Japan - one of his Sergeants there was a RAAF Pilot who crashed his Wilderbeast (bi-plane) in Singapore and also became a POW - that ...