Mantra Southbank Melbourne
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- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Room service
- Microwave in room
- Indoor pool
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After packing until 9.30pm last night, we were still one hour behind schedule when leaving home this morning! Oh well, Melbourne is only 6h and 35mins away according to Google Maps (unlike the Dunn's 4 day trek to the red centre). A bit sad to leave the puppies and Izzy but they'll be well looked after by Helen and Miss Bright. An hour into the …
... not to be mistaken for a drug runner waiting for a drop on a remote Mexican beach. After a hand shake from the guy with the biggest gun, poorly executed charades from me as to whether it’s OK for us to sleep where we were parked, and much shining of torches up and down the beach, we were left alone again.
We saw a Whale Shark cruising the shallows as the sun was rising the next morning. Quite special anywhere, but more so ...
... Air NZ put us in f'ing row 40 again, I'm going to lose the plot".
That's when Brad surprised us all, as weeks ago he arranged a final leg upgrade to business class!!! So we had a most wonderful 3.5 hr flight home from Auckland. The girls had never flown Business Class before and it was one of the new planes with the individual pods that lay down flat to a bed. They started the flight with smoothies and moved onto warm croissants and hot chocolate and ...
We have had a wonderful trip. We have enjoyed every moment of it. We have been to many places we have never been to before, met some really nice people including Ellie's Mum and Dad, Sue and Richard and her brothers Tom and Joe and Joe's partner Anisha and Aunt Kate and Uncle Paul. We also managed to catch up with quite a few friends and family from Melbourne who were also holidaying in England as well as ...
Two days in and I have to say I am pretty tired. It is always challenging starting a new workplace and trying to get up to speed as quickly as possible. I have been doing a bit of faking it until I make it but everyone has been really friendly so far. Monday morning was a bit stressful as Regan helped me out the gate to get to the tram in the pouring rain and locked himself out of the house. So there he was with ...