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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
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Our morning at Kennet River included wallaby spotting and an early start. We left the campsite at 8am for our journey back to St Kilda. It was a pretty easy journey apart from the 30 minute or so sudden, heavy downpour. Karen redeemed herself slightly and proved useful at helping us easily navigate the highways, freeways and many many left and right turns. We arrived back to the Jucy depot at around midday and sadly handed over Lucy's ...
I had a good sleep last night but apparently was snoring which I don't believe as I don't snore..... Was awake early but had the luxury to stay there for a while, not walking the decks today, I will get back to it tomorrow but will have to walk the track on Deck 14 as Deck 7 is closed due to the fact that we are in pirate waters (Ahhh me hardys........ ). We have been told to keep our balcony doors locked....not sure how ...
... separated, I'm so used to having her around it is weird to be alone. I think I'm more decisive when I'm by myself too, I think I worry too much about what Becky is thinking when we're together. Neither of us were particularly hungry so we just went for a stroll and shared a Subway, which was our cheapest dinner yet in Oz. Once we got home I finished off writing my latest wedding blog and then tried to find a decent book to read, I'm failing on that ...
... a very authentic looking Chinese place with plenty of ducks hanging in the window.
The hope that it being full of Chinese, indicated good food was confirmed by my tasty duck on rice and I was stuffed to the gills.
Back home I browsed the web a bit to work out the best way to the airport to catch my early flight on Monday and to find a tourist trip to Phillip Island to see the penguins.
I booked the Penguin trip for ...
Our flight wasn't till 1.20pm so we had a lay in. The rooms were nice but we kept waking up due to people slamming doors and talking down the corridor. We headed to the airport at about 10.30. We were going to stop for juice (thank god we didn't) but headed straight to the Air Asia check in desk. We queued for about 30 minutes, when we got to the front ready to check the bags in, we handed over the passports. Then our excited smiles were currently wiped away when we heard the ...