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... metres ...that's. 984.3 ft in old money.Arriving just before dusk we were able to se the whole vista of the City and beyond and as the Sun set, some wonderful lights in the City way below. that done ...and with time racing on ...we were taken along the Yarra riverside into massive Malls of shops restaurants and casinos.We stopped to eat at a decent eatery before making our way back to our hotel for a good night's ...
We're not used to a new entry so soon after the previous one, are we?
We've been having a look through our blog (even going through all 700+ photos!) and reminding ourselves of all the fun times we've had since we've moved here.We felt like we'd seen and done hardly anything in the first few weeks of arriving, but looking back through our entries we can see we really did experience a lot!
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... just how much we love them and appreciate from the deepest part of our hearts all that they have done. We know it has all been done with the help of Jehovah's holy spirit, and ultimately all praise, honor and glory belong to Him.
Well, it is quite late here, my friends. Everyone is fast asleep as we have a very early morning flight to Sydney in a few hours!! More on that on Day 4.
Until then...you know the drill!
Love Ben and Jo
... the game, my last Saturday evening in Melbourne was rather mellow. I met Markus in town and we went to our favourite dumpling joint in China Town for dinner, then wandered back to the flat soaking up the Friday night hustle and bustle on Brunswick Street. It was a lovely way to spend my last Saturday. We watched an episode of project runway when we got back, then went to bed. Sunday was spent packing, moving furniture, lunching and then watching The Help. The last time I had a ...
... them on their journey home from the walkways above. I had the most wonderful time there, and without doubt a highlight of my trip. The penguin pictures are not my own they are the official Phillip Island photos as no photography is allowed on the Island as firstly the flashes of cameras could scare the penguins and secondly they are unsure of whether the flash from a comer can damage the eyes of the penguins. I will upload my pictures from the rest of the day ...