City East Motel
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... for my bags. 45 minutes passed before I finally saw my bags slide down the belt. By that time Everyone was in front of me for the final step of customs, turning in forms and luggage check. After waiting through one last long line, I emerged on the other side and was met by Gordo and Nicole.
Gordo and Nicole wasted no time driving me around the city to show me downtown Melbourne. One of our first stops was the Melbourne Star; similar to ...
... Ocean Road that had been bypassed. It became clear that the original road was just wide enough for horse drawn wagons to pass but you very much got the sense of how much hard labour had gone into the original construction. Craggy Glen then loaded us all into the truck to go to view, one of the tourist star attractions The Twelve Apostles. These are pillars of sandstone rock eroded by the sea to stand alone as sentinels. This coast is mainly volcanic rock but ...
... supper. We touched down at Suvarnabhumi Airport soon after supper, before waiting 15 minutes for the hotel shuttle bus, which in itself was a stressful event that caused us to ask three different non English speaking security guards. About 25 minutes later, we arrived at the hotel, and we were in bed soon after. The most strenuous day of our trip was over, and we would look forward to our arrival at our final destination tomorrow.
The first part of my holiday has now come to an end. I've spent the last five days visiting my friend Chetna, her husband Siddharth and their two lovely children in beautiful Melbourne. Chetna is my good friend from when I did my journalism masters in Aarhus, Amsterdam and Hamburg, and it was great to discover that even though we hadn't seen each other for about four years, everything between us was still the same as it used to be, and ...
Had a great day today we have returned to cousin Shirley and Des' place in Cranbourne. The route from Poowong took us on some extra wanderings as well.
We visited Loch and Lang Lang which are lovely little villages. Loch is very arty and had some great art galleries and coffee shops.
Then we pulled in at Tooradin. A nice village that abuts Sawtell Inlet. We pulled in by the boat ramp so we could spend an hour doing some 'jobs'. Allan had a few fix it type jobs to ...