Ibis Budget Dubbo
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Ryan and I have much lighter bags as we pawned off a great deal to our friends heading home. Thank you so much! It will be much less awkward travelling without a tea set in my backpack! On their way to the airport J, M, D and J dropped us off at our hotel for the next two nights. We were sad to see our friends go as we had an absolute blast with them in Australia, but after hugs goodbye they were on their way back to the Northern Hemisphere. ...
Time to leave Sydney, our route took us past Lukes hostel
Dropped car off and flew to Melbourne, picked up a Rav4 nice to try different SUV's
Navigated round Melbourne to St Kildas. They have a tram system which runs in the middle of the road, if there is a tram stop, then you as a driver on the inside lane has to stop too!!!!
Little disappointed with ...
... most of the time the people stood on levee bank type structure, with the electrified fence being at the bottom, and a slight slope then up to the animals. So while there was no fear of escape, you weren't peering through fences to view of the animals. Any animals that could climb (but not swim) were on Islands. It was a great setup and because we were on push bikes, we could go places on the bikes that the cars or hired golf carts couldn't, so I think bikes was the ...
... over to hers in the evening for dinner so Katya, Romy and I all departed work with her to go to her apartment. She planned to do a risotto and and had found a recipe for a dessert which she asked if I would make while she prepared the main - no asking me twice! I haven't had an opportunity to bake properly since leaving the UK, I was in my element. Oh and I didn't mention that her apartment is amazing! It's on the 22nd floor of a building right in the heart of the city ...
... first, it was a lovely small beach with sand as well as some rocky areas. We enjoyed the view for a while before going into the pub.
We spent a few hours in the pub, catching up and amusing Isabella who is 17 months old and into everything. The time flew by before it was time for us to leave. Rose took us to the station, but on the way she stopped at one last viewpoint, it was very pretty of all the lights on the bay, looking back at Melbourne. (Rose, really sorry, ...