Mantra Southbank Melbourne
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... lights, and people begin to settle in for a sleep. For the next ten hours, I am treated to Elizabeth's rendition of Cirque Du Soleil, as she flips back and forth, up and down, over and back. She is not good to sleep with in a King sized bed let alone a chair on a train. Meanwhile, Walkin' Man Walks. This stop: Circus.
As we finally arrive at this amazing city of Sydney, Australia, we shoulder our various burdens, walking ...
... was funny, but made them feel very welcome and in fact Sarah's class jumped up and down and clapped when they realised they had a new classmate and she was from London. Two weeks in, the girls have settled well and are feeling more familiar with their classmates and the school routine. They have fondly mentioned their London school and friends a few times and are transitioning well. We have realised Aussie kids play a lot of different sports at school, so we ...
... and constantly reminded him! Thankfully he didn’t chunder all over us!
We ended up spending the night drinking and chatting, so ‘The Great Planning Day’ took a bit of a back burner! Oh well…
Mainly cloudy, cold.
Today we went on a tram to check out St.Kilda as we’d been ...
... is as impressive a show of colourful flowers as was Floriade in Canberra.
We are somewhat surprised to see a prominent statue of William Wallace (Braveheart) at the entrance to the botanical gardens. It seems that James Russell Thomson, a Scottish miner who arrived on the gold diggings in 1852 where he made his fortune, left £ 3000 for statues at the ...
... morning after one of the floor toys had disappeared, the Daddy or the Mummy would tell Aury and Emeline that the Dog has taken another one of their toys out to the backyard. The Mummy and the Daddy always told Aury and Emeline that the must take better care of their toys and that if they did not, soon the dog would take all the toys to the backyard and Aury and Emeline would have no toys.
AJ and BJ peeked out from behind the door as they watched the Dog explore the Bedroom. ...