Ibis Budget Melbourne Fawkner
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... was in 1994, the year before Maddy was born. We started our holiday in Melbourne catching up with Greg's family, a great way to wind down and get ready for the great adventure. Today we take off from Melbourne to Paris via Ho Cho Minh on Vietnam Airlines, I'm not quite sure what to expect but it was the best business class fare I could find and I'm sure the Pho will be excellent. We are spending three days in Paris and then off to London on the train. We spend three weeks in ...
... the photos tell the story. I didn't take photos of everything as some weren't suitable for a photo. So if you visit you will see a lot more smaller displays that I haven't taken a photo of. Even so I took almost 100 photos using a Canon EOS70D camera with a Tamron 18-270mm lens.
Once inside the whole of the place is seen by following ...
... things on, we didn’t end up buying anything.
We spent the afternoon going to Phillip Island with Daniel, a private guide. Phillip Island is famous for the parade of penguins, but you’ll hear more about that later! On the way, we stopped at a nature center to see many different Australian animals including koalas, emus, wallabies, kangaroos, Tasmanian devils, wombats, peacocks, and dingoes. Kangaroos ...
... we always thought we were. When mum was rung to alert her to the problem and then the potential fix her response (her first response might I add) was "what about my nails?!" As her appointment was moved from Saturday to Tuesday morning the day we were initially scheduled to take off. Almost 24hrs later she is still in a real panic and has tried to emphasise how big an issue this really is. Watch out Kerry ...
... to the supermarket without Sally's help - yay - and also feels a lot more comfortable driving here. G hasn't driven yet but that will certainly change this week. B is loving being able to go 70kmh on nearly every road, some even 80, and the freeways are all 100kmh! It is taking some time getting used to the different ways they do things here though, including different signs and markings on the road, as well as rules relating to trams etc.