Ibis Budget Dandenong
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... and before long we were sitting on our plane out of Chicago to Dallas.
Landing in Dallas we saw the Qantas A380 at the gate waiting for us. We jumped on the interterminal train and got out where we needed. After about an hour, we boarded the Qantas to Sydney.
16 and 1/2 hours (+2 days) later we landed. Janene got about 8 hours sleep over which was great, she looked really refreshed when we landed and ready to go. ...
... early. Food was sensational and lots of leg room, and comfy seats. A little bit longer wait for our connecting flight but Chai Latte and Facebook fills the moments, Alf found someone to chat to.....go figure. The funny thing both girls that had a window seat on both flights were going to Turkey, they had won tickets in the ballot, one was going via Frankfurt the other via ...
... that served up the best Chicken Rice ever – one of our favourite dishes when we were in Malaysia. It was so good we went back four times!
Melbourne is a city passionate about its sports with some of Australia’s most prestigious stadiums right on the river. We walked past the Melbourne Cricket Ground (known locally as the MCG), the Rod Laver stadium – home of the Australian Open tennis ...
When I was in Primary school my Japanese teacher would once or twice a year put on a movie about the atomic bomb that hit Japan and I never really found out more about it so I wanted to pay my respects and go to the shrines to learn more about the history.. I will never forget that day! I then made my way to the ...
... it all. Basically we were at catch 22, we knew we needed to find accommodation and work but we couldn't by being there we also didn't have much money to sort out accommodation. Since we arrived with the Ramsay's we have been saving our money and sending some home to cover bills back in the UK - phone, car etc anyway. A few days before the news of no work broke we decided we had the money to pay for the rest of our travels and worked out that what ever we earned from that point ...