10 the number of flights I took. Durham Tees valley-Amsterdam-Bangkok-Taipei-Brisbane- Melbourne- Sydney- Guangzhou-Amsterdam-Durham Tees Valley.
3Jk my seat number. Lovely hubby donated his airmiles for me travel business class and what a difference. The air stewards called me Mrs Taylor. Real glasses and cutlery, food that tastes of what it said on the menu.FABULOUS... thanks Phil.
6 different hotels.
2 Smoggy hats (click here for a definition of a smoggy).
22389 steps walked around Melbourne on one day phew!
8 wines tried on our wine tour round the Yarra valley.Cheers
12 Apostles on the Great Ocean Road. These are rock formations along the coast outside Melbourne.Absolutely stunning. The observant among you will note that there aren't 12. Well there never has been 12 but the tale goes that a local school girl came up with the name of the Apostles in a competition. Later on the the number 12 was added. Still beautiful whether there's 8, 9 or 12.
79 steps to Gibsons bay a beautiful secluded beach (well apart from all the tourists).
1 very cute Koala
56 the birthday that Phil celebrated on our holiday.
83,704 rugby fans in the ANZ stadium in Sydney to see the Lions end 20 years of defeat. The final score 41-16. FANTASTIC
4 scrumptious pancakes consumed by me, Phil, my brother Charlie and the biggest,eaten by my sister-in-law Robyn.
3 nights spent in the fabulous Blue Mountains.
2 local lads
1 very very very steep railway
0 the number of wild kangaroos seen.
1 fabulous holiday down under.
So there it is my two months in numbers if you want to know more about Julies month in numbers then click on the side button and join in.
If you want to read the full down under saga then click here.
As for the communal count I've opted for
825, the number of photos taken, 0 the number printed.