Hampton Inn Melbourne-Viera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... raging since about 6 calmed down a bit. Got home about 1030 and managed to catch Lucy who was having a disturbed night in her new flat. It was hot but she didn't want to open any windows while she was there on her own. Bound to be disturbed in a new place for a while. She'd done a massive job today of cleaning and putting away her stuff though. Had a look around via the FT camera on her phone and it was looking very shipshape for the week ahead. ...
... we. We're looking round a taxi driver from Hoo Hah cabs came along, as six of us were all looking at amps. He offered a return trip to Cocoa Village for $50 return for the taxi. As two others wanted to do that he dropped the others at the beach for $5pp instead of $10 and took us on. Our drive JoJO was a really nice chap and told us about the area as we are passing along, and then he dropped us in the village ...
... at the restaurant we were greeted by the rest of the gang, well, all but Ricky, Rebecca and Mirabell. Seems Mirabell had enough and wanted to go to her room. We met Dee Dee's friend Mike for the first time and he is really nice. Bart was on the phone making his last minute calls as there won't be any cell service at sea. That could be good and that could be bad. Let's see how many of the group have cell phone withdrawal. Lunch was a ginormous buffet ...
... welts. Needless to say James and I were soon hopping up and down like fools in a crazed frenzy and madly brushing fire ants off our clothes and off each other. I am sure it would have been a hysterical sight if anyone had been there to witness it other than the pygmy hippos. They were probably laughing. Somehow I only managed to get two bites; thank goodness for long pants, long sleeves, and thick boots, also known as appropriate fieldwork clothing. The bites of course swelled ...
... given live updates on the current Mars mission and sat and listened to a real astronaut about space. His name was Mark Lee who has been on 4 different missions. He explained how he had space walked 4 times. He was the first person to use a jet pack on his back to control himself trialling it out for NASA. At the end he posed for a photo with us and even shook our hands. Well you ...