Punthill Essendon Grand Apartments
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... plane I was suprised. It had cost £93 for a 3.5 hour flight so I expected EasyJet, however the seatback entertainment was an unexpected bonus and the meal and drinks services were nice. I watched Ted 2 and enjoyed some spicy chicken and rice that was very nice and was very very polite to the stewardess as she was incredibly pretty! Overall a very enjoyable flight, which is amazing as it was the one I was worried about, never heard of South China Airlines ...
... road back home. Catharine gives us a luxurious ride to the airport through the smoke that has blown in from bushfires much further north.
The captain on Alaska Air says he will "get us out of the smoke of Portland and deliver us to the smog of LA. And congratulations to the newlyweds up the back..."
LAX is no better on departure really except we are spared the horrid immigration queues. It's Vancouver or San Fran as a gateway ...
... end...my gut told me to get on a plane and join my Dad's side, I knew Dad was slowly leaving this world, a world I didn't even know existed without him. I told my landlord I was out, told the school I had to leave, packed my suitcase, had my last pub dinner with close friends and then cried all the way to Heathrow airport while holding my travel buddy's hand, saying an emotional goodbye to her after being attached by the hip and then getting on that long flight home. Not an ...
... have been identified to contain a number of sights or are just pretty within themselves - if you were coming to Australia with no idea what to do you could just follow these for days! On the drive we stopped ad hocly at Fitzroy Falls in the middle of nowhere; both a town and a national park. It was only a short walk from the car park past a running stream in which platypus could be found (we didn't see any) to the falls themselves. Plummeting into the canyon below the falls must've been ...
... Etags and medical aid. He enjoyed my dinner, so I was moving my cooking abilities in the right direction.
It was an early start; we parked at the apartment we were going to be moving into and walked to the train station; it was cheaper to take the train in than it was to park in the CBD.
We needed to get Edd's first 'chat' (interview with an agency for work) at 9.30am and we needed to get a tram to where ...