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... an evening meal out of. Back at the house we got reacquainted with Kaiser and cooked but with Coxy & Bhrat out for the evening just relaxed in the living room before getting an early night.
Waking up on Thursday was a bit of a shock to the system - we'd gone from high pace travelling and endless plans to a complete standstill and seemingly nothing on the horizon. It was nice but at the same time a bit concerning as we both look to be active and occupied where possible. ...
... the Belgian Beer Cafe was possibly an obvious choice before boarding the historic tramcar as it trundles along the streets of Melbourne. It was nice to meet Nadine for the first time and hopefully I can introduce her to Heather when she and Jeff next visit the UK. Lunch on the tramcar was very good and after a couple of hours of fine food and (included) drinks it was then time to head back to Jeff and Nadine's house at Emerald in the leafy outer suburbs of the city. A little ...
... to the rivers edge. No saving it this time. We came upon a great idea, there were four climbing walls set up under one of the bridges we walked by. There were signs about climbing and various skill levels of walls. Even in the middle of there day thee guys were there climbing horizontally challenging themselves. What a great idea ...
... recline so every chair reclines to the same pitch at the same time? If I was quick I would have seen there were lots of empty seats to the rear & could have found a better place to lie down.
i don't return to work till Tuesday so have I guess 2 days to try & get back into our sleeping time zone. I always seem to struggle with that for a week after returning from OS.
Anyway, not long to board & head home to Adelaide. See you all soon.
... company. Although Barry was beaten up with 366,000km’s on the clock, he did us proud, transporting us safely around the world’s largest island without one cough or splutter. Thanks Beaten-Up Barry, we will never forget you!
And so another chapter of our World Adventure has come to an end. We’ve had an amazing eight weeks in Australia, a truly unique country and one that has given us ...