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... the next morning. We were in bed by 9:30 Thursday night, ready for a 6am drive to the airport the next morning.
B dropped G off for her early morning flight, before driving to uni (on the other side of town, of course!) and sitting a mid-semester exam. From uni, it was straight home, ready to catch a taxi to the airport for a midday flight. B was slightly embarrassed to have to ask someone what number to call for a taxi in Victoria!
G's flight in ...
... both worlds. We’re hoping to have our house sorted by the end of the week so I’ll update this when we know.
Heather and Eric were kind enough to take me around campus. The buildings are similar to that of Edinburgh and the library is simply stunning. There are green areas and ponds around campus to give a nice atmosphere. I didn’t get many pictures and unfortunately didn’t get any of the front of campus, which ...
... and ketchup. It was large. And so good. Then we headed off to stroll around the shops, I finally got some toiletteries and a few souvenirs for my friends. Kelsey showed me FruChocks which are round sweets with apricot on the inside and chocolate on the outside. Around 2pm we had to head to Cleland, a wildlife park where all Australian creatures can be found. It was an amazing day, we saw so ...
... drinks and a chat at
Cibo and I remembered it was John's birthday and gave him the cards I had in my bag - one from me and one from my Uncle Ken. We boarded our Malaysia Airlines A330- 300 excitedly.
The continental breakfast in the hotel was quiet as the French group did not wish to communicate with us. The bus took us to the airport and we boarded the plane to Adelaide to travel over 2000 km (1300 miles) from the north east corner of the continent to the south, over massive tracts of arid land, salt pans, red soil, huge farms and enormous dried up wandering rivers; areas that were mostly uninhabited. By car it would have ...