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... other than Malaysian Ringgits you get your change in Ringgits.
Flight time Osaka to KL was 6:45 and we arrived in KL at 05:40 in the morning. For those of you that don't know, Air Asia fly in and out of KL from an old chook shed called LCCT which is an acronym for Low Cost Carrier Terminal. Marc however, thought MSHT or Massive **** Hole Terminal would be a more appropriate name. It really is a terrible place, they are moving to a new terminal from April 9 so ...
... of the area where the little snake was.
Walking a little further we saw some horses in boarding paddocks and the kids got to feed them some apples.
A couple of other fun Australian little known facts:
- see this funny little road arrow? look how they put raised reflectors on them....it's hilarious to us as Canadians because the plow would whip those off in a heartbeat!
- the water ...
We get up and head for Newcastle, but didn't stay long. The rain is ridiculous. Big heavy rain, everywhere is flooding, and it did not stop all day. Very depressing. We couldn't get out of the camper van or enjoy any sightseeing. We attempt to go to Catherine Hill Bay to see all the surfers, we probably got out the van for about 30 seconds before we decided to get back in. ...
... eight and the poor thing was very husky by the end of the flight. Don't know what was going on there but thank goodness for headphones! The food was exactly the same as the previous flight so we had our omelettes again for lunch that we had had for breakfast! Unfortunately, we were only given a snack at 6:30 pm so we ate at 13:00 then nothing but an apple for me until we got home. Loved that bowl of pumpkin soup! Gemma and Liam were up with us chatting until ...
... visiting. From Libby's we made our way to the President's lookout which gave us a superb view of Brisbane Waters which seem to be a collection of several harbour areas leading out to the Pacific Ocean in one direction and going in to the Hawkesbury River in the other.
The Hawkesbury River was named in 1789 by Governor Philip after Charles Jenkinson the Ist Earl of Liverpool who was also Baron Hawkesbury. It is situate at the North West of ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking