Majestic Tynte Street Apartments
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... acceptable weather to go out in with a hoodie on, however the locals are wrapping up and complaining constantly about the 'Arctic conditions' outside. Some locals on the tram were even sharing stories with me from last winter when they looked outside and there was a thin layer of FROST on the car...heaven forbid. To be fair to them, they're very prepared for the hot weather (it apparently reaches 45 degrees in Adelaide) but this of ...
... When I was at G07, a package came for me with my name on it saying 'Sorry, we love you'. I immediately recognizes Faryha's handwriting. Inside there was a photo of the six of us in Paris with a handwritten personal note at the back. Lovely words. Then there was a tiny gift present as well. Haha priceless. Alright, the first aircraft journey of 13 hours. Then a quick stop of 2 hours in Singapore, and subsequently 7 more ...
got about five hours sleep, Place didn’t get any.
Dubai around 3.00 am and depart at 5.00 am. We went to the Emirates club for a
shower. This place was unbelievable, like a huge six star hotel. Each gate has
it’s own lounge and bar and restaurant like facilities. Plus there are more
lounges and bars just in case ...
Well, my final blog to let you know that we are safely back in dear old Adelaide!
The past couple of days are blurred memories of three of the world's largest airports - Frankfurt, London and Changi. Whilst Vik chose to rest and snooze in Singapore, the lure of the duty free shops was too hard to resist for his travelling companion!
He survived the tortuous trip with the assistance of strong painkillers, the comfort ...
... You can’t buy booze in the supermarket; you have to go to the Bottlo (bottleshop).
Most towns have a drive through Bottlo, oh the irony.
Booze is expensive; the cheapest booze you can buy is Goon (a box of wine)
Every Australian camps and owns a tent, trainer tent or campervan. If an Aussie is going 'Bush’ or going to ‘Woop Woop’ it means they are going camping in the middle of nowhere.