Ibis Budget Dandenong
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 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 ...
... with Matty. Then he didn't need me so I headed to paint some more garden furniture until lunch time. After lunch it was a little more furniture painting then on to painting the fences by the chuck shed. I didn't get too much done on the fences as Matty couldn't do anything without my help so I spent the rest of the day assisting him with putting the roofing joists. Wednesday DAY OFF :) :) :) Today we had a day off and headed in to the city. We haven't been paid yet so we don't ...
... lovely place we'd visited on our last trip and one I was keen to see again due to the wonderful birdlife there. In 2008 we had been to Grant’s picnic ground, a place renowned for its tame birds who would come & take seeds from your hand and perch on your arm or even on your head. Things have been really tightened up there and feeding now is only allowed inside a concrete enclosure, which I was not so keen on, but I still wanted to see the ...
... was both scary and hilarious because you could hear them flapping each other with their front fins. The guide told us that the fight could have been 2 males fighting over territory, or a male trying to mate with an unwilling female. With very little light and a clear sky, we were able to see a beautiful night sky with many stars. Dad and I even saw a couple shooting stars!
We stopped for fish and chips on the ...
We have travelled over 75,000 kms, visited 43 cities and towns in 11 different countries.
It truly was a once in a lifetime thing we got to do and will forever cherish it.
Its time for us to get back to "the real world", but also enjoy married life.
Thanks for reading along!
Until our next adventure,
Love Joe and Merryn Platt