Nunawading Motor Inn
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... to be his own advocate and get his own job. Going over their heads and avoiding agency fees would be his revenge.
We also went to a Florence and the Machine concert on the Wednesday night - we'd gone into the ticket lottery a few months prior and managed to win some. I yawned the whole way through, being decidedly exhausted even before we left. The concert was amazing though and we had a fabulous time.
Sunday 26 July
... checked and the customs guy asked me a question I did not understand. He asked me again and I turned to Edd and asked him what the question was - his accent was so strong he may as well have been speaking Russian. Apparently he wanted to know if I was travelling with any one, which I was, Edd was behind me pushing the trolley with our bags on; I'm not sure if he thought I was a super light traveller, only needing a small back pack on an international flight.
... shift and all went well. Back to reality and our own bed. Review of the trip. Very enjoyable, even with the weather - looks like it followed as from Melbourne as is overcast and cool,here in Brisbane today. Annette thoroughly enjoyed the convention and has a few more planned - Norfolk Island, Adelaide, ... We might even see if the old girls Rita and Ann would like to venture to Norfolk next year! It was great to catch up with Daniel, Olivia and Mark and I enjoyed the solo touring! ...
... or Vic Market as they call it round these parts). This was an outside market place full of hagglers and folks trying to sell you everything from leather coats to grilled corn on the cob to live chickens. This place was full of bargains from one end to the other. So, of course we loaded up...cause we can’t pass up a good bargain, you hear. I ain’t exactly sure what the policy is, but I gotta figure ...
... we watched movies, we slept, we ate, we arrived in Melbourne. Pretty much the typical flight story. But, here's the plot twist.
You purchase a 1L of Smirnoff for an incredible price compared to Canadian standards. So thrilling! Next, you board your plane to leave to an incredible destination. Nice, we're doing good. Get through customs, grab our luggage, life is fantastic. Last stop, immigration control. Literally 2 steps away from the finish ...