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... past us on the bleachers to the burrows beyond.
Eventually enough had come on shore that we could follow them to their burrows (there were walkways for humans and whatnot) and just stare at them really close up.
They were too cute.
Unfortunately, Philips Island is about the day I really came down with my cold. After the winery, my throat was just on fire, and I was slowly becoming more and more miserable.
It wasn't too bad because the day was so great, but ...
... out as anything more than a splodge on the beach, but at least we can say we saw the penguins.
Before heading back to Melbourne we managed to squeeze in a bit more surfing, this time with more success – the photos below don’t do it justice, but we assure you Dan managed to ride a few back to the beach!
On our last day in Melbourne we dragged D+K along to a free walking tour so that we could all be ...
... of". She laughed and proceeded to say: " That place is where all the nutcases go. That building next door used to be a mental institution and they still get taken there. People like govt officials, all the nutcases they all go through that door. Every night I have dreams of killing them, because they're all f--ing annoying. Every night I dream that"..... !!!!!!!!
- Melbourne, in my nice hostel, a Frenchman called Eric. Every other word was f this, f ...
... Melbourne. But whether or not the training has been sufficient only time will tell and walking long days, day after day is going to be quite another story. But I have done what I could and I think I should be OK. The Camino will challenge me though, no getting away from that. And I am not foolish enough to believe I wont suffer physically and mentally as I push my body further than I ever have before. Even when I was in the Army. And so the count down ...
... final farewells, and express their best wishes for a safe, and adventurous journey. The girls embraced their new found independence eagerly, checking themselves in without their parents attached to their sides, and ready for their final goodbyes. Some discreet tears were shed (parents only of course as the girls were simply too excited) and many final warm hugs were given in ...
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