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Arrived at Hobart Airport at 4pm ready to get 'on the road' as it were.
First announcement, delay of 30 minutes, no problems, plenty of time.
Second announcement, further delays, cleaning plane.
Third announcement, mechanical problems, another hour delay, still have plenty of time to connect with international flight.
Final announcement, flight cancelled. We're not going ...
So here I am trying to get this thing up and running before we leave. We are finally off on what could possibly be our last family holiday together. I'm hoping this blog will give you all an idea of how our trip is going on the other side of the world. I have followed a friends blog before and in some ways I felt right there with them, hoping this does the same for you. See you all when we return The Mazza's ...
... Maggie watches me put my stuff down the side and is like 'you have a backpack and suitcase', I'm like 'yes I do, I can't pack light', 'well I can tell'. I feel like this is the ice breaker for whenever I go to any hostel but I don't mind as it's true I can't pack light.
Maggie wants to go and get some food so I go with her. As we are walking to shopping centre I causally drop in the line, 'so what are you having for dinner, I need ...
... will have taken us here, around and hopefully tomorrow home. Three of those planes brought us to the same destination, Melbourne.
5. We identified 136 birds but saw so many more which we are still deliberating over. Each area having its favourite.
It is appropriate that it is here in Melbourne, for the fourth time( we'll be called locals soon), that we say our thankyous. Firstly to Dave and Jess who not only gave up their bed (and you all know how comfy that ...
... Brodie who plays beautifully, despite - on handicap at least - being somewhat out of her league. She looks absolutely delighted with what she has achieved – and why not? It isn’t every 40 handicapper who has the chance to win a major open title.
The men’s final sees Sayers and Booth up against Fahey and a late replacement for an injured player, Mike ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSeasons Heritage Melbourne
very nice hotel- quite, a bit out of the city center but the tram is nearby. comfortable rooms, has self service laundry.
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