Ibis Budget Wentworthville
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After a week of catch-ups, farewells, last minute handover works, stressing over end of lease cleaning and the related realestate debacle, and just a few minutes ago at the check in counter, I have been advised of cancellation of my flight from KL to Phnom Penh, forced onto the next plane which means I now have to meander KL airport for 10 hours tmrw..... but in any case I am finally, Off to Cambodia! (AHHHHHHHHHHHH i hate you Air Asia - ...
... in the rain. Unfortunately the good pictures of the area are going to come from the guide book we bought on the boat.. Then back on the coach and heading toward Amsterdam again. We have now entered the Netherlands - the land of windmills, dykes, legalised sex and drugs, and a supposedly low crime rate. We travelled straight to hotel, a very large one just near the airport. An hour or so to get freshened up and we were off for some free time in Amsterdam. An interesting ...
... on the sprint home, we would have equalled our record.
Well, we lost the first few weeks' photos to thieves... Despite this and trashing another camera, we took 6,881 photos and videos.
The most expensive unleaded petrol we saw was $2.30 / litre. The most we paid was $2.20 at Yulara.
We drank in 160 pubs, 42 microbreweries, 5 brewery tap bars, 3 surf clubs and 3 wineries. Out of ...
... a roast chicken (on the carcass) the other day today he had almost a whole box of Belvita and a massive tub of pasta. The mission home took ages and was boring especially when Rupes fell asleep. The monotony was briefly relieved when I played the game 'how erratically can I drive before Rupert wakes up'. Turns out I could press the brakes pretty harshly and he was still sparko. By the time I had dropped the van off it was ...
... to the wharf restaurants. We so don't fit in here.
Well, Ivan has had 2 nights rest and is rearing to go. Thank you to Ruth who has let us stay at her groovy little house in Annadale, whilst she escapes back to Adelaide for her final packing and to make sure Ross follows her back. Molly has been a gracious hostess and made us very welcome, as long as we feed and stroke her.
Off we go north up the Princes Highway to who knows ...
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