Travel Talk Stuck in Peru

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    jimmyellenberger
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    Beauty! That’s good news.

    Greg being put into a fortnights isolation with a word processor at hand will surely be a good thing for the literary world.  I sincerely hope they all get back home soon and safe and healthy.

    Regards…Jimmy

    #865788

    Mitta
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    Beauty! That’s good news. . . . a good thing for the literary world . . .

    One man’s meat . . .  poor man (and Frances of course) they’ll be lucky to get away with two weeks in isolation.

    If they come into Melbourne or any other mainland port, they’ll have to spend two weeks there before they are allowed to move on home to Tassie. Then, they’ll have to endure another two weeks.

    Hopefully the respective authorities are able to find a work-around that silliness.

    An (almost) manacled Mitta.

    #865804

    flylife
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    Greg in a hotel room is like a bear in a cage. Hope they let him pitch a tent on the floor and his fuel stove doesn’t trigger the smoke alarm.😷

    #865815

    Nog
    Participant

    Beauty! That’s good news. . . . a good thing for the literary world . . .

    One man’s meat . . . poor man (and Frances of course) they’ll be lucky to get away with two weeks in isolation.

    If they come into Melbourne or any other mainland port, they’ll have to spend two weeks there before they are allowed to move on home to Tassie. Then, they’ll have to endure another two weeks.

    Hopefully the respective authorities are able to find a work-around that silliness.

    An (almost) manacled Mitta.

    A mate came back from Vietnam and first port was Sydney for 14 days iso. He got a stat dec to that effect and when he landed in Brissie eventually they let home go home.

     

    Maybe look into that Greg

    #865816

    Nog
    Participant

    Beauty! That’s good news. . . . a good thing for the literary world . . .

    One man’s meat . . . poor man (and Frances of course) they’ll be lucky to get away with two weeks in isolation.

    If they come into Melbourne or any other mainland port, they’ll have to spend two weeks there before they are allowed to move on home to Tassie. Then, they’ll have to endure another two weeks.

    Hopefully the respective authorities are able to find a work-around that silliness.

    An (almost) manacled Mitta.

    A mate came back from Vietnam and first port was Sydney for 14 days iso. He got a stat dec to that effect and when he landed in Brissie eventually they let home go home.

     

    Maybe look into that Greg

    #865915

    flylife
    Moderator

    Greg and Frances back in Melbourne but sounds like the iso environment is very severe. Counting down the days until their safe return to Tassie.

    #865918

    appie
    Participant

    Still, great news!  So glad you made it back at whatever cost.  Looking forward to the next book!

    #866119

    KO
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    Must feel good to be back inOz

    #866132

    flylife
    Moderator

    Now doing time at Wrest Point hotel in Hobart, but another step closer to freedom…

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