UniLodge Hotel on Swanston
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... booked a very narrow transit window for one of my stopovers, and then my plane was delayed for no discernible reason, so I actually missed my connection in Chile. When I got to the check-in desk (having sprinted like a crazy person through the airport) they told me the flight was closed, and the airline staff escorted me to a separate desk to rebook my flights. There were lots of radio conversations back and forth in Spanish, and then 20 minutes later they ...
... and they needed us to move seats so they could work on him with a bit of space, so after that excitement, no sleep for the rest of the trip!
So we arrived back in Melbourne at 5pm a bit tired but happy to be back. We had text the boys with any orders for duty free gear but when we tried both our phones once off the plane, guess what? Both batteries were flat! Yes, what is with us and technology? Plan B kicked ...
... very tired by the time we boarded the plane for our 11pm departure. Three of us were all asleep before the wheels left the tarmac! Daddy was too excited to sleep and he was looking forward to catching up on some movies.
Qatar Airways did a great job of getting us from Melbourne to Doha. I still managed to squeeze into the bassinet. Mummy thinks that they make them a little smaller than other airlines, so lucky I am tiny.
Up very early to start the day.
First a tram to Queen Victoria Markets where Natasha got a couple of things that took her eye. One of the ladies at a stall took a real liking to Natasha, saying she was beautiful and wanting hugs and would you believe it Natasha hugged her and was excited the lady liked her.
Back on the tram to Sealife. Lots of beautiful fish, corals etc Both our highlight was the Penguins. Beautiful little creatures and ...
... June. Was very happy to meet her.
Then I did about an 45 minute Power Point presentation of LifeNets. I showed some of the projects that we did around the world such as provide scholarships, drill boreholes, build schools and clinics, help with summer camps, disaster relief and more. The churches in Australia have generously supported our various projects around the world and have been instrumental in helping our brethren ...