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... Chancellor Hotel was right in the heart of the city with underneath parking. Very central indeed.
I spent the next day stretching the legs around inner city Melbourne, while Graham affectionately known as "Toad" spent the day at the Victory Motorcycle Dealers, having his bike serviced. My bike had been serviced at Phillip BMW Motorcycles,Canberra, prior to ...
... intro to the rigours of travel. What we hadn't counted on was the severe storms raging around New South Wales - Sydney was awash! Fortunately we managed to land after brief delays and got to the centre without mishap. There was even a small send off at Central Station to wish us Bon voyage (thanks P&D) and we were set to settle for the 4hour train ride. Nothing like being stuck in the middle of nowhere for hours after ...
... ease the process in most countries. So why not. We even got the lettering for the boat. We decided to register the boat in Canada for a number of reasons, not the least of which was the low cost. Only $250 for three years whereas in Australia the cost was around $1600 and New Zealand something like $750. For the registration to be 'official' you have to put the official number on the interior of the boat and the name and Port of Registry on the ...
... day. I have taken them to a couple of libraries to while away a few hours, but that normally ends in heartbreak because they always want to take books home and we can't ! You may have realised from the blog that Ken has gone fishing mad, which I guess is OK, seeing as I had all those years of building a fabric stash, he can now build a fishing stash ! He doesn't need it though, he catches all of his fish on only 2 lures, so I don't know what we are going to do when ...
... so much. During the breakout 3 Australian soldiers died, and 1 Australian soldier died later when rounding up the escapees, but so many Japanese POW died in their "suicide escape". However, not one Australian civilian was harmed or killed, and there was about 300 Japanese that were caught in the days after the breakout. The site itself ...