Hotel George Williams
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
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... duck rillettes, whilst P had some good looking prawns. The boys were little superstars; smiling as always & Ollie enjoyed trying to eat everything in sight! We took a longer walk back through the park alongside the Oxley Creek in order to get the boys to nap. Walt was asleep in minutes; Ollie waited til I eventually got him in the ute an hour or so later! Having collected Brett from the Monier pub, Jenna was waiting for Ollie for some playtime before ...
... It also seemed to work as the end score revealed...
Another observation was the difference between the two countries national anthems. New Zealand's 'God Defend New Zealand' was a melodic and emotional tune that rang out across the stadium. Australia's 'Advance Australia Fair' was a mix-match of shouts and cries with no melody apparent at all. But then again, the Aussies were on home soil and the size of the crowd strongly outweighed the Kiwis, and consequently made ...
... than what we'd seen elsewhere.
Plenty of high-end shops, of course, looking for travellers to spend their money! Ian bought a 'Camel in the Desert' cap to add to his collection .......and to help the UAE economy.
Then on to the next flight, EK 03 to Venice, this time on a Boeing 777 - not as impressive as the ...
... eager to board my plane.
I have finally arrived in Seoul at 5:35pm and have an hour up my sleeve until I board my next plane to Vancouver at 6:50pm. My first plane trip was very long and boring so I am glad to be off and getting some fresh air. The climate in Seoul is a very dry cold and is a lot different to Australia. I hope I can sleep through most of my next flight across to Vancouver ...
... take for granted the opportunity I continue to have. With each new country I travel to, I continue to realize how much the same we all are. I know have work colleagues that I work with closely in 6 other countries. The reality is that this world is a whole lot smaller than any of us realize. Travelling as a tourist doesn't help you understand that but,,, working with and building friendships with people in Ireland, South Africa, Australia and others ...