Harbour View Apartment Hotel
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... home in peak hour traffic. We left my car at the service suite and packed a bag with a few extra bits, as we were going to a BBQ at our new apartment with our new flatmates and their friends.
We'd stayed at our new apartment the night before and were dressed and ready at 10am. We made our way back to the service suite, packed up our lives, for the last time, and cleaned up.
We then went to the shops to ...
... airport but ended up eating in the Welsh van.
With the end of our time near and about 1400 km's travelled, we fuelled the vans, dropped them back to Apollo, got the tick for returning in a safe and sound condition and took the shuttle bus back to the airport.
With many hours to kill we found a variety of comfy seating over the evening and had time to eat before our 8.30pm flight home.
Back in Melbourne our transit though immigration and customs was very quick ...
... so we rugged up in our brand new jackets we'd bought that day. We were very grateful that we'd bought the jackets as they kept us nice and warm, and even dry as we walked to the train station after the game.
On Sunday B had to work, but she caught up with Adrian on her lunch break and had a coffee. G meanwhile was catching up with an old friend from Sydney,, and exploring more of the Northern suburbs of Melbourne.
We're both realising that we are ...
... when we get there on Monday/Tuesday. Before the lecture the children of the people on board all got on stage and sang a song for UNICEF, was great. Had some rough seas today and Im sure there were a few people visiting the medical centre for some sea sick tablets. When I was out on the balcony I saw one of the staff cleaning the tenders and lifeboats, lucky he was harnessed otherwise it would've been man overboard. Was ...
... one going back the way we came from so whew...tragedy averted. We found our stop and practically jogged back to the hotel to keep warm. Day one in Melbourne wasn't quite what we had expected or hoped for. Luckily we have two more full days, both with good weather forecasts. And I suppose making it through the rainy season in the rainforest without so much as a drop, we were overdue for that good luck to run out. Fingers crossed for more of that blue sky sunshine for the rest of the ...