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After a long flight I arrived in Melbourne. The weather was very fine and I did an evening walk in the CBD and enjoyed the Christmas atmosphere.
... Jen and their incredibly camp but bloody funny friend Sebastian. Once again drinks flowed and mixed in with the Melbourne public transport it ended up being quite a late night. Leaving Melbourne with mixed feelings of what sort of a place it is, we had a great time here and loved certain places like St Kilda. It's a really cool, trendy, artsy city with lots of live music, cool bars and a happening scene. However due to the fact it's so run down ...
... that Amanda lived in Japan for a bit, so she took over and mixed up our sauces and told us what to do. Oh yes, this was of course after Freddy got Brenda & I some forks instead of trying to make a scene with the chopsticks. It was all so good, and I had to remind myself we had two more food stops to look forward to.
Perhaps we actually cycled through the gardens after, but I can't recall. In the gardens we did see the building they almost tore down because they thought ...
... already asleep.
We have booked the recliner seats for the sea journey and I am so glad we did. We didn’t really need a bedroom but I am so glad we didn’t go cattle class. The noise and lack of space would have made this journey awful. The recliners are not the most comfortable but is the better option. The ship is in real need of an upgrade. Although it hasn’t ...
... course seat selection had also got messed up by the "system" so we had to straighten that out. Flight was uneventful, 13.5 hours, arriving about half a hour early. Our initial impression about Air New Zealand is a good airline, attentive service, good food but the seats were not as comfortable as rated, the lie flat concept sound good but one needs to see it to see there are limitations to the comfort. ...