Metro Apartments on Bank Place
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... bacon & eggs so Jay was like "I'm not eating this ****". So we moved onto the truck stop next door & he is happy with a big breakfast. ($35) Jay felt sleepy after another hour of driving so pulled over & went to go to sleep in the driver's seat, subborn male I promptly kicked him out & drove. Stopping at Wodonga for more fuel ($74) After another hour of driving we stopped at Glenrowan. We had a lovely ...
A new week brought a new challenge for Vicky as she started in her next temp role with Australia Post. Having got a little insight of what it may be like on the assessment day and it not sounding all that amazing, it was a pleasant surprise when the rope was outlined during the first week of training. Rather than an inbound role who would be responsible for taking complaints and being shouted at all day, the team would be a team of case managers ...
... with the bulk opening at 6am. Happily, Burger King is up and running and for the first time in a month, I have a serious craving for junk food. An egg and bacon roll.
No such animal exists in a Singapore BK... It's a turkey, bacon and egg croissant and it's just what's needed today.
Seven hours later, the captain announces that we're starting our descent and ...
... Swanston Street and headed down towards Fed Square for more photos. We wandered into St Paul's Cathedral and it is quite an impressive building inside. We were welcomed by a very friendly lady, I think she was on of the pastors, and the feeling in the church was very positive. After a few more photos of the Yarra Precinct we then headed into the laneways of Melbourne. I love the laneways and they are one of my favourite parts of the CBD. At ...
We arrived home yesterday and stayed 2 nights at Cowra on the way back. Cowra is a country town in a lovely area of rolling hills and farmland.
The two main things we visited was the site of the Cowra POW camp breakout by
Japanese in August 1944 and the lovely Japanese Gardens.
231 Japanese and 4 Australians died from the Cowra POW camp breakout. Two
of the Australian soldiers who died were ...