Mt Ommaney Hotel Apartments
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... and organised several interviews.
With just 3 weeks left in Australia, the countdown is really on. I have two more weeks of work, then it's going to be a crazy week and a half of packing up my room, packing all my things to take to Taiwan, visiting my hometown for an early xmas with family, soaking up as much Aussie food and culture as I can, farewelling friends and then finally taking ...
... in the morning I went down to the hotel’s restaurant to grab a quick breakfast then to my room to make sure everything is packed. Once everything was packed and I was ready to go it was about 11 am so I decided to go for one last look at the local shops. I picked up some souvenirs for my friends and family then went to the airport.
At the airport everything went smoothly and before I knew it I was on the plane to Dubai ...
... Bob & I look like the Michelin Man dressed with layers of clothing as our suitcases are rather overweight. Our next step, checked in, bags ok, been through security just waiting to board our flight at 5pm bound for Hong Kong. We arrived in Hong Kong about 30 minutes early which was great as we had time to freshen up ready for our last leg, Hong Kong to Brisbane. At the moment we ...
... class was very impressed by the service of the flight attendants and other members of staff. Talk about beautiful waters along with sky best flight clear skies and gorgeous blue water to look down and gaze upon overall starting the week and the trip on a real positive.
... The fireworks were amazing, the display lasted for at least half an hour with fireworks coming from barges on the river, bridges and the surrounding buildings, apparently there were16 tonnes of fireworks.
I thought getting home would be a nightmare but they have everything sorted, loads of buses and trains were waiting for what must have been a million spectators!!
As we pulled up to the house we saw a wallaby running around in the gardens opposite.