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... they just drop off the branches. So odd to imagine, luckily it wasn't too hot but boy do they make some noise. Chilled for a bit then hit the road. Still had 400k to reach before dark. The motorways are so empty, everyone flys between major cities and I can see why however the landscapes are amazing as you drive around. You'd miss so much flying. Had to pull over for more fuel at Benella, also got some cheeky ice Lollys as first time we seen sun for a while and ...
... table tennis, basketball, badminton and squash courts!
Oz committed a lot of people & resources to most wars fought by the UK except in recent times eg Afghanistan. There is a great statue of war hero, ED "Weary" Dunlop, near the shrine of remembrance, the sculptor really molded some personality into it. He came to prominence during the brutal construction of the ...
... the road we could feel the difference in the ride. Vito felt better and so did we! The reduction in running temperature was quickly apparent too.
In fact, we were so impressed that the following day on our way out of Melbourne we had Pamplona’s tyres ‘nitrogenised’. It was pretty cute. The Bob Jane technician wheeled out a trolley holding a large tank of nitrogen. Four hoses, plugged simultaneously into her four tyres, deflated and extracted all the ...
... of yummy foods and saw some interesting local crafts.
After wandering around the park and the convent for a bit, we headed by train to Queen Victoria Market. This is a very large market that sells everything from meat, dairy, and produce to clothes, toys, and souvenirs. Again we took a couple of samples and wandered around the whole market. We bought some strawberries, which were delicious, and a well known Turkish food called a borek. It was a crispy dough wrapped ...
... himself to the boy, but the boy was way too preoccupied in his video game. Luckily, the Captain laughed it off.
Worked 2-5 (got a nice break) where one of the older boys followed me around asking if we could get married.
Went to the grill with Mick* and Brian* and got to chill in my cabin before working 7-10 for Olympics Night. Pretty easy going day today ...