Club Laverton Motel
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After a smooth flight home and some good sleep, plane lands at Tullamarine at 12.45pm, only 15 minutes later than scheduled. After collecting luggage, we leave the terminal and both comment how good it was that the traffic stopped for us to cross the road, not like in Rome!!!
There waiting for us with a beaming smile and hugs and kisses were Kate and William, ready to take us home. How good I was to be home again after another beautiful ...
... many of the surviving 19th century features of this section of the house, including the cool room, the wine cellar and the large fuel stove. In preparation for the 1956 Olympic Games in Melbourne, a section of the property was compulsorily acquired by the Victorian government to house a new television studio complex for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC). Another section of the property was compulsorily acquired by the state government a few years ...
... are black, one officer walks up and down calling out in a loud strong voice that will not be ignored, 'No mobile phone! Put your phones away.' Every few minutes, pouncing firmly on anyone who dares have a phone even in their hand. My passage through is uneventful and I head through the doors to another world entirely. Duty free shopping. And it's big. And you can't get to the departure lounge without walking through the whole place. A young American, stops to ask ...
A routine flight from Adelaide to Melbourne.
We walked through to the International Terminal and made our way to the Etihad service desk.
The staff there were expecting us after the Virgin staff had clued them up on what had been happening.
We got express service - got our boarding passes through to Nairobi plus express cards to get ...
... good and the company was great. Wendy let out that she sometimes calls her husband Cheuan (pronounced Chewin'). Apparently he wants to be like Charlie Boorman but falls off like Euan McGregor, both of adventure motorcycling DVD, Long Way Round. I think we might get a bit of milage from that one. We all retired to put our stickers on our bikes and start the packing process. The real trip starts in the morning, better order a good pillow for the menu and get a good night's ...