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... to Australia and are laid to rest thousands of miles from family and loved ones. Over the years, further monuments have been erected on the grounds to honour veterans of all the wars Australia has been involved in. We were moved to hear that this year they
will be unveiling a remembrance to the all the Turkish soldiers that also lost their lives in that fateful battle ...
... filled. So unlike the Sun City crowd! Interestingly too, everyone around us seemed to be Australian...so they were out to celebrate and hear one of their own troubadours. We thought the early show time was so folks could come from work and then get the 8:07 train home.
Walking up to Chinatown the lights were on and the views down the Yarra River were wonderful
Another day getting in our 10,000 steps.
And so good night.
On Wednesday afternoon, Fran picked me up at the hotel and we went to her elegant new home just south of the city on the other side of the Yarra River. It’s some sort of huge flat with a large formal garden/patio, several bedrooms and sitting rooms and a study. The whole thing is super high-tech with a central control closet full of electronics. Sensors turn lights off ...
... Lorne. Awesome beach resort town. We learned some new words- Pudgie smugglers: Politicians in speedos. Good to know!! We stopped at Koala Cafe and had a little lunch and potty break. Just across the road we saw a couple koalas. We learned they sleep 21 hrs a day and the other 3 are spent eating, sleeping and mating. Lucky! Stopped in Apollo to fill up with gas and potty. Started pouring. Lots of screams from the lightening. The thunder and the cracks ...
... coffee was good I'm told and the cakes were really tasty). Lotte had a go on the swings and the slide and then we made our way back to the car.
Our next stop was Oatland, and the recently restored Callington Mill. It is a fully functioning flour mill, and pretty to boot. Lotte kept pointing at it and saying 'windmolen' whilst we were in town. We had a mooch around the displays about the windmill but skipped the tour in favour ...