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... that the ambulance would get the injured parties to the hospital in time to be saved. Edd's running commentary: 'they'll probably get to the hospital in 5-10 working days.'
We were antsy again, so went back down the south coast to Mount Eliza area, ending up in Sorento. We looked around the high street there and went into little art galleries that dotted the area; we kept being asked if we were there for the day, weekend or on holiday. We ...
... for a random security check - all fine and back in the queue. Next, I set the xray machine off, a lady appeared to search me, only to find that my "Fitbit" was the problem!
Thanks to Ruth, (a work colleague) I had a complimentary QANTAS Club Pass. Couldn't have been a better time to use it. People were talking about waiting in the Airport lounge and how uncomfortable and cold they were - not me. Not bad for someone who was hesitant ...
... each other survive. We chose to take the fast route back to Melbourne and made pretty good time despite the rain still pouring down. Rainy day activity was going to the cinema to see Pitch Perfect 2 which was great. In the evening we met up with our good pals Ryan and Bryony for dinner at a lovely restaurant in Chinatown where great chat and lots of wine was had. They also offered us a night away from the campervan which we were very grateful for.
Day 186: We had ...
... I went to see a game at the MCG, a world iconic sporting ground. We chose to support the Bulldogs due to their kit being red, white and blue, and of course the British bulldog. They started the game as the underdogs to the home side, Richmond tigers, but they soon took the lead and although the game was tight, the dogs came out on top. By half time I think we managed to get a grip of most of the rules and had a fantastic time.
Whilst in Melbourne ...
... incredible sight there were the "stumps" of the old pier, a photographers dream.
Back to View Bank for lunch via the track for next weeks Grand Prix and a supermarket where Simone helped me purchase a SIM card for my phone. Luckily Simone is of the age where installing things like this are easy and within a couple of hours she had me connected to the Telstra network. (I am a bit worried still because as part of ...