Great Eastern Motor Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 2000) in the middle of major landscaping and development of the Elizabeth Quay. The bell tower is the first designated 'Ringing Centre' outside the UK The bells hail from one of London's most famous churches, St Martin-in-the Fields in Trafalgar Square. The 12 bells were given to the people of Western Australia in 1988 to commemorate Australia's bicentenary A further 6 have been given so they have a ring of eighteen - The Swan Bells, It made ...
Hi everyone.....It seems strange doing this in reverse but no wifi and all.....but we are home safe.However our bags somehow decided that staying in Singapore was a good idea. Grrrrrrr! Well when we checked in at Singapore they told us our bags were on the way. A problem to iron out before we return to Myanmar (We learnt quickly it is pronounced (me -in -mar) in January 2016. How quickly ...
... old girl again staying in her room with all of her stuff around me it was very bizarre! So I spent two weeks here, managed to get myself a job at a cafe where my friend Bron works (I met her in a hotel I worked at in Britain 2 years ago, she's from Australia and the nicest, funniest girl ever). I was so lucky and grateful I had her as a connection to get me a job that quickly. The job was pretty easy, the cafe was never too busy (apart from my last day - typical! It got crazy ...
... electric bicycle, enjoying my first Aussie barbie and drinking LOTS of booze. A fab day all round! I did have to have a sneaky mid-morning nap to ensure I made it through the day. But as fun as it was, it just felt like any other day... Like the weekend, celebrating with a pool party. It just wasn't a true Christmas... Where was the cold, the cosy snuggly Christmas jumpers, going for a brisk wintry walk in the frosty park with little pup Oscar, keeling ...
... and wheeled off northwards. We also saw a bird (presumably a sea eagle) with a huge fish in its claws. It turned and hovered in the wind for a while near us, seemingly showing off its catch. After returning to the marina, we sat on the grass for a bit. The harbour, patrolled by lifeguards, was full of people swimming, playing games and living the good life. We mainly just enjoyed taking in our surroundings and, before ...