The Ol Duke
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... out of their burrows. Unfortunately we did not see any but it over looked the water and the view was amazing! We all took a bunch of pictures together and had a great time! After we went to the penguin show. Sadly we were not allowed to take pictures but they had bleachers by the water where we sat and were able to watch all the cute little penguins run up from the water into their burrows. It was one of the most spectacular things I have ever seen. These penguins were only ...
... didn't want to touch anything. The curtain had fallen down. The bin by the mirror was full of tissues (!) and reeked of boy smell.
Hafiza said I could come back with her and Ziggy and stay in their room. I felt so rubbish for falling at the first hurdle. I so badly wanted to do the hostel experience well. We left, saying bye to the Spanish guy, with Ziggy carrying my rucksack. I slept on the sofa in their hotel room, and slept solidly for 10 hours.
The ONE GOOD ...
So I had Friday off to prepare for my birthday week in Melbourne. This involved waxing, manicure, pedicure and planning outfits. Not to mention tinting eyebrows and triple checking tickets for all the fabulous things I was doing - and the Grand Prix. I checked the Melbourne weather numberous (deliberate misspelling) times during the day. 28 degrees and sunny, 17 degrees and raining. Oh who the hell knows. Life would be so much easier if it would just be cold. So I packed. For ...
... and moved out of the living and kitchen area and our 2 spare bedrooms have become storage rooms. The electricity, gas and water will be cut off to the area so we decided to live in our caravan in the ...
... everyone as one of your own, provide a smile and you will receive that back. I will never forget the day I was sitting on a bus and a lady handed me her baby whilst she placed her bags on the racks above head. She spoke no English, me little Spanish. A short exchange of my smile, her smile, and a few words in Spanish lead to a memory I will never forget and she was thankful for my act.
Mexico was a whole new experience. I had made some great ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking