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... upon his death. One of them was to be of William Wallace.
We also get our first view of the elegant black swan of Australia swimming around the lake that was used in the 1956 Melbourne Olympics for the rowing events.
Day Eighteen – Penguin Parade
One of the most famous of Australia's attractions is the so called "penguin parade". ...
... the value of friendship, about nature’s power and beauty and the absolute magic of having majestic creatures (our humpback whales) come to play with us.
Good to be home in my own bed, but missing the company, the warmth and sunshine, life on the road –and in its own special way, my little orange tent. How privileged I am to have had this experience. Thanks Sue and Peter.
Until next time I hit the road!
... things we saw on the side of the road.
In the afternoon we spent a bit of time in the apartment for G to prepare for work on Monday and so B hit the books to prepare for Uni starting soon. Once we got bored of staying in we walked to the local Officeworks to grab some stuff, before heading into town for dinner.
We caught the tram in which took about 35 minutes from our place. We were meeting G's cousin Enrico for dinner at an italian place called Pellegrini's. ...
... phone call to Delta, gets nowhere, so hands me a list of phone numbers for me to sort it out. She's terribly busy you know - busy denying boarding to another lady on my same flight. With two and a half hours till our flight, we're left to our own devices.
The four numbers she gave me were useless - one non existent, another a mobile to a guy who's overseas on holiday, one to the Australian office which is closed on Saturday's and a ...
... a Myki Card before you can ride on the trains, buses and trams. Luckily we were under the guidance of tour guide
Janice as we had no idea about this part of the public transport. Oh it's fun being a tourist and not knowing what's the "norm"! No buying tickets at the station like you do in Perth. With our concession cards, it worked out to be only $6.00 for us. Is that right Janice? Seems very cheap for both of us to ride in and back out, plus any trams, although we did catch ...