Punthill Essendon Grand Apartments
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... and a filter coffee. They were all very nice, but by the time B got to the filter, she'd had enough coffee for the morning! G's coffee was excellent too so we were both happy, until we got our meals which were really disappointing. G's scrambled eggs tasted funny, and B's avocado was actually an avo, fetta and chilli mix, with the chilli ruining the meal for her (it was a pity they didn't say that the avo had chilli with it, it would probably have been a nice meal ...
... into St Kilda to see the beach and Luna Park. At a cafe we had a large meringue, the size of your face, to share for a nutritious lunch! The next day we planned to rent a car to travel down Great Ocean Road but Rudy, Christine's husband, offered us their car for the day and put Sophie on the insurance!
Our road trip down Great Ocean Road was amaaaazing! We set off just before nine and drove down to Torquay, the start of the road. ...
... when I come back in January for sure. Day 2 Woke up to sunshine and blue skys. That's more like it! Made a quit Skype call to Steph at the pub, and as I walked in the kitchen to make my morning tea we somehow got Norm Corey and Ryan involved in our Skype chat, which quickly escalated in to Steph practicing her Aus accent on them and them marking her out of ten. Badge was very happy with her 8.5 score. Ryan and Liam took me ice skating. Great fun and ...
... rough and when the captain
announced that the first half of the 10 hour sailing would be ‘a bit bouncy’
with ’30 knot winds’ and ‘3 meter waves’ we took our sea sickness pills. The
Spirit of Tasmania, however, was a lot bigger than we thought. In the cinema we
watched the new Planet of the Apes film that had incredibly realist effects;
booming bangs, tilting seats and vibrations running through the cinema. When we
... them while we were waiting to get on one that wasn't full.
The thing that amazed us with the shuttle was that they drove on the tarmac next to the planes. We were in one lane and Jumbo was right next to us in the other. Very strange feeling to be out there driving around in a bus on the runway next to some rather large jets!
So we thought this was going to be a pretty quick transition too as it took a while for us to get ...