Hideaways at Red Hill
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... colour. Nothing it seems is too much trouble for any of these wonderful people we have met on our travels.
Next day we were back on the road heading for Paynesville. We thought a week at Mornington was going to be plenty of time but we both felt we could have stayed another couple of days. There were other golf courses we would have liked to have a game at and we never even thought about going into Melbourne CBD for a visit – we will just have to come back one day. ...
... is a speeding ticket now, I'm aware of this. There is no release, it's all bottled up inside. We are driving to some dear friends who are putting themselves out to accommodate us, I must change my internal mood because it's not fair to them. Despite Google Maps having a meltdown at just the wrong time we arrive into Mount Martha safely and without speeding ticket. Despite the enormous levels of anger it seems to have dissipated enough for warm greetings with ...
... let me tell you that this is not how the game of nurses and patients used to play out in my boyhood fantasies :-(. Wed 11th - Another lovely sleep to be had by me at least, poor Mads is still crook and has the nose and runny eyes on the go. As I am currently playing nurse, I make a cuppa and cut up some fresh fruit for Maddy's breakfast which is all she really feels like. Next things its hit the showers and off to catch the bus into town for me to have ...
... bruschetta! We laughed so much I was crying, people were staring. My god I think we were a little drunk. We walked down a street that was full of little Italian restaurants, it was lovely. We were so hungry so we stopped at a kebab shop. Matty had lamb, I had chicken and they were sooooo nice. Ok so it might of been because we had drunk quite a bit that they tasted so good but they really did taste good! We carried on the walk in to the city and ended up as you do in a queue for the ...
... made an appearance whilst we've been away so it was a case of where the hell did I pack my inhaler. I managed to get over to the caravan and sit down for a while to get my breath back abit to find the bloody inhaler. As per usual it's always the last place you look! I had a 10 minute sit down and then as Matty was on his own I felt bad and went back to help, I stuck to smaller logs this time and took my inhaler with me. We finished doing that just before 12 and so headed ...