Frankston Motor Inn
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... because until now it were Leonardo's illegal here J
So far, we driving around 300 km in the city of Melbourne within 3 days driving around and have already achieved a lot. However, it is only about the half because Leonardo has to be registered in Switzerland too.
We leave Siegi that has given us so much and we lived here the last 2 months. Thank you for everything Siegi!
Since the paper work needs more time than ...
... the game was due to commence, the crowd came to life as a nuggety little Kiwi supporter climbed the stairs in his Blackcap shirt and helmet and with black flag in hand. He plonked himself down directly behind me of course! What a character.
I raced down to the bar to buy a beer for everyone before the match started but there was such a huge queue I missed the anthems - for a keen photographer it was a big blow to miss ...
... have had ........ its hard to put in to words how we both feel..........
blessed, grateful, elated are just a few that come to mind.
This journey had our jaws dropping in amazement,happy tears flowing with the natural beauty, and hearts racing when we saw beautiful animals and birds pop out of nowhere, and our hearts racing when we climbed summits, mountain ranges and rocky outcrops.
Everything went perfectly ( ...
As stated earlier, we had made it safely to Melbourne. Our direct flight out of Cairns was on time and smooth sailing. It took a bit for our luggage to come shooting out of the carousel, but then we were on our way. First stop was the SkyBus ticket booth. Two return tickets purchased, we hopped right onto the bus and were headed into the city shortly after 5:00. Our hotel, The Travelodge Docklands, was a mere minutes from the Southern Cross railway station where the SkyBus stops. ...
... be exceptional.
The next pre-cruise event was at Mike and Maureen's where we dined on a lot of food and wine and basically talked all things holidays and cruises.
We dotted the i's and crossed the t's on a double date night in the city with Ron and Anne - we stayed at the Wyndam Hotel in William Street, dined at Lucky Chan's Chinese at Crown and had a great night out; finalising all the cruise details - and ...