Hideaways at Red Hill
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free parking
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... bit noisy - not surprising really.
Friday was cold and overcast and quite windy. Jim headed across to the track and Kayla and I huddled in the corner doing school work. Then we went up into our bed and played games. Kayla has come down with a cold (or maybe even a touch of hay fever) so we are trying to nurse her to a quick recovery.
Jim came back for lunch and after he went back we played some more games before I made her have a sleep. ...
... We were very tired. Then onto our gate, sitting, waiting, slightly punch-drunk. Onto the plane. 7 hour flight to Melbourne. We both slept about 5 hours. Landed in a Melbourne 45 minutes early. Easy walking through customs and passport control. Rang Daryl. He was there already. 4.45pm Monday 7th September. Emily bought Campari for Mim Duty Free. And then out the gate to see both Mum and Daryl there to meet us! Drove Emily home to Northcote. Very, very emotional. We had just ...
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Tuesday 30th June 2015 depart London
13:35 Lon – Sin SQ305 arrive 09:25 ...
... the next day was cold, wet and windy. Heather and Mick had arranged to come out to the caravan park and from there we were going to have morning tea at the café in Sorrento that sells the world’s best vanilla slices and then lunch at the Portsea Hotel. Steve stayed strong and resisted the vanilla slice temptation while the rest of us tucked into one each (they are huge) and probably had our daily allowance of calories then and there. We had hoped the ...
... on about. Like not having make up and my hair starting to be really dry with the sun so it was a lovely gift and I really appreciated it all. Matty got a big box of thortons chocolates off Pa and Kerr and got a big box of different local beers, a kookaburra, moisturiser, an Aussie slang book and a picture book of Melbourne. Matty loved all his pressies and was eager to get straight in to the beers. We watched the rest of the family open their presents and then headed outside so ...