Sixty Two On Grey
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... off the hire car at Thrifty and picked up the campervan
from Britz, which, we christened ‘Bertie’. Got to Port Melbourne, parked up at
5pm and found a lovely American Burger restaurant where we had gourmet burgers and a glass of wine to settle
ourselves before our journey!! The white horses in the bay seemed to be getting
bigger and bigger, growing with our apprehension. We had been warned by more
than a few people the crossing to Tasmania ...
... for house sitting - and for looking after our place while we have been away. Hopefully you also enjoyed the 6 weeks in Berwick. We really appreciate it. We both have had the best holiday and saw so many new places - unforgettable! Cannot wait now until the next ...
... bus for the 10 hour journey to Adelaide, with WiFi and USB charging points for all passengers. Great I thought I can watch somethings on my iPad and email some people before having a sleep. Unfortunately the bus that turned up wasn't a Greyhound bus it was one of their associates - no WiFi, no charging points (#21st century problems : ) ) plus the it looked nothing like the Nightbus from Harry Potter - wasn't even purple! I would have been fine accept my ...
... like every young person in Melbourne was there! They had food from all over the world - from crepes to duck waffles to roasted quail on a stick. There were even things that we had never heard of! We all wished we were hungry, but couldn't find room for even a bite of pretzel.
Dad's meeting is tomorrow and Mom and I have a fun day planned - stay tuned!
It took only about an hour to drive from my Melbourne Eastern suburbs home to the Werribee zoo, using a loop route called the M80 Ring road and the Geelong freeway. We didn't leave until after the peak rush finished at 9am, but that got us to Werribee in good time.
There was ample parking and like at Healesville yesterday there were several ...