Pullman Melbourne Albert Park
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... Melbourne and had a great day in the sun enjoying the views the people and each other. We ended up having the whole family come down and meet us and we ate in the Casino lunch court it was so fun because everyone could pick out what they wanted to eat! Also it was neat to see the different places than what Canada has in its food courts! ...
... mostly from Japan, China, India and Europe. I heard very few American accents.
Finally, the three hour drive back to Melbourne where we enjoyed lively conversation in the car.
This has been a great experience and hopefully you'll enjoy seeing some of the photos with this post.
Tomorrow Stephen Clark comes to pick us up and take us to the airport where we fly on to Sydney and visit with Bruce Dean, Doug Gray and the brethren in that ...
... with sight impairments must struggle. Hopefully Matty should be back to normal soon enough, he just needs to keep up with his antibiotic drops and he'll be back to normal in no time. I think the hospital staff / doctors are going to start knowing Matty on first name terms. He's visited more medical centres / hospitals in Oz in the last month than he has in the past few years at home. Fingers crossed that's the last of our bad luck. We had a really ...
... good food, good company, live music and some fireworks. We really should have a day in the UK to celebrate our country too. Got 2 days wandering around Melbourne coming up and then I'm leaving Esme for some Great Whites for 4 days (she's probably looking forward to the break) and then we are off to Tasmania. Could be a while till the next blog but with Great Whites, Esme's solo Victoria adventures and Tasmania to report on. ...
... has, that being arrival at Melbourne's Tullamarine Airport in readiness for our flight. As we were heading to a country known for its lethal intolerance of narcotics, I suggested we wrap our bags in plastic at the airport, to assure nothing was planted in the bags or taken out of the bags between Melbourne and Bangkok. This was a decision I regretted upon arrival in the Kingdom of Thailand, as the bags were designed not to be ...