Hotel Urban St Kilda
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... a whole lot better. It was much colder and windier though and started to rain as I headed back. I wasn't so bothered this time. A text from Jack reminded me it was Origin night so I decided to order room service rather than go out to find food. Once it came and I'd stuffed my face I was overcome by sleep and I didn't see what was apparently a good game of league!! Next morning was checkout and time to head to Footscray and stay with my high school ...
... Anzac, the NZ and Aussie National Anthems, a prayer by Father Ryan and Abide With Me. It was well done and very poignant. The Captain even have a speech. We had breakfast, then at 9.00, Greg and I went and had a coffee, went down to the Photo Shop and bought 4 photos from last night, wandered around taking pics, watched the towel animals demonstration down in the Centrum. They make it look so easy. Then we sat in the Solarium Pool area reading and listening to the iPod. At 12, we ...
... ways and wishing each other good luck on our travels. I also had my first Lord of the Fries burger and chips which was very tasty.
Today I set up my bank account but have to wait a week for the card.. No idea where I will be then so it may not be as easy as that! I have the papers and stuff so I can still use the account it just means I need to go into the bank.
In less boring news I spoke to the travel desk at the hostel about work and ...
... and healing was upon it, for all the horse power sang in unison and proclaimed power for fresh air, microwave, and even espresso it hath powered.
More items came together, each at its own time and each with its unique story, for such a trip hath a lot of details to cometh together. In good time it cometh, all in the good time hath been sent.
And all the rest of the GeorgeY travels and the GeorgeY book is to be followed, with pics and anecdotes, all ...
... so old like 300 years and so tall as well.
We obviously saw the 12 Apostles along the road however there isn't actually 12 anymore there is only 8 but still it's a great sight to see. We also stopped at the rugged shipwreck coast of the Loch Ard Gorge. It's called Loch Ard Gorge as there was a shipwreck in1878 and only two of the 54 passengers on board survived. We also visited what was London Bridge but ...
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