The Mercantile Hotel
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Just 3 days before our schedules departure, I discover that American Airlines have changed our flight to one departing on Saturday at 6:30pm, two and a half days after our original flight. I contact online agent travel.com.au and their records still show our original flight. Because of this late change I had ...
... at 10:45 to say we were meeting Rog at 1pm and therefore needed to get a bus at 12noon…no answer. So I called Yaz and explained I wasn’t getting any responses and i had called her and it just rang for ever, no voice mail.
Yaz tried…and then called me back and explained that the bus station was a 15 min walk and how we got there.
So, at about 12, after Karly had some time to board along, we set off on our ...
... plenty of families were taking advantage of this fact, us included, the grandchildren hadn't been on a ferry before so this was another new experience.
We had dinner at Manly at a fantastic restaurant called 'Criniti's', have a look at Merv's burger, 750g of meat!!!
Two train rides later, short drive home , four tired adults.....3 energised little ones!!!
And one very happy, spoilt birthday girl...
... is due and we can’t extend). There’s not too much to report about our travels, other than the little ladies have been amazing “road tripers”. From Mackay we spent the next night in Rockhampton (holy rain due to the cyclone that DID hit further north of us), and then onto Bundaberg where we checked out the Ginger Beer factory. Since Hobbiton in New Zealand, Tina’s been hooked on ginger ...
... elderly Indian who spoke perfect English and for 50 ringitt per hour, about $17. He took us to all the sights we nominated plus heaps more. We went right around the island seeing Georgetown and stopping at a snake temple, various other temples Penang Hill, and for a swim at Batu Ferringhi in front of the hotel Golden sands that we stayed at 30 years ago. Penang has changed immensely since then could be mistaken for Surfers Paradise with high rise all along the ...