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... from Healsville. The train back was very crowded so we had to stand the whole way. Luckily having the Aussie compatriots to talk to, made the trip go faster and we arrived home safely.
We are now packing ready for the next leg of our journey. We are being picked up at 3.15 am (yes, 3.15 am!!!!!) to be taken to the airport for an early flight to Rome and then on to St Petersburg.
Hopefully our next entry will need to be read with a Russian ...
... door and got a terrible fright when fixing my hair and the wardrobe slowly began to move - just Jonathan emerging from the toilet!). The decorations were all his own work, and the remodelled furniture, he liked making interiors, he said, had been doing it since giving up being a fingerprint expert and going to identify bodies after the Indonesian tsunami, the only other time he'd met Australians, and thought Australians were alright. Especially for spending 24 hours on ...
... traffic jam of mhs all waiting to get out. In the end the German had to reverse his giant mh with car being towed behind. By the time the gendarmes arrived we were on our way leaving the Germans looking embarrassed. Well, at least they got their own back at the football!
Now sitting on a very nice aire in Neufchatel en Bray thanks to Victoria, our very own Trip Advisor, watching Brazil v Colombia. Parfait!
... is truly
spectacular. The gorgeous flowers were all out and I could really see where he
got his inspiration. Craig and Terry have been really enjoying their cycling in
the alps. Tonight Germany beat France in the soccer, which is clearly a
disappointment round here. Couldn’t get a drink anywhere – too crowded!
... the boys what they wanted for lunch and they were all for the cute little place so we went to check it out. Even with my hobble I got there first because I also spotted an ATM a storefront over and the boys all went to get cash. (This was an exciting find because it was the first one we found in France. Once we found one we found a bunch more but it was always a bit exciting.) I looked over the menu and ...