Binnowee Club Bed & Breakfast
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... I didn't get to meet Dr Karl or Toady, or stop in at Lassiters or Lous place, but I did get to spy Paul Robinson through a fence (he's shy apparently!?) and see where Natalie Imbruglia used to fix cars ;) A quick trip down the road to the actual street that becomes Ramsay street. Ull be unsurprised to hear that it's a lot smaller in real life! The real residents earn $28,000 a year for allowing the front of the houses to ...
... s podium area, we carried on with the sporting theme as we also went to the MCG (Melbourne Cricket Ground). Later in the afternoon we headed out of Melbourne to Philip Island to watch the penguin parade, where hundreds of the world's smallest penguins came onshore & waddled over the rocks along paths, which was underneath the broad walk that we were standing on, to their burrows it was amazing how close up you could get them, ...
I am currently running around and sorting out last minute things after the madness of the end of term. I am not looking forward to the 13 hour flight at midnight but I am looking forward to leaving this weather for 28-30 degrees. I intend to report on my experiences in Seoul and at the Seoul Broadcasting School. Enjoy!
Please check the blog over the next few weeks as I intend to update this each day or couple of days.
... back in the UK we were plumbing for Richmond – Go Tiges! Sadly, however, Richmond were handed somewhat of a spanking, going down to Hawthorn 118 to 52! We are still not 100% sure on the rules of the game but it was a great atmosphere so we enjoyed it nonetheless!
On Tuesday we set off down the Great Ocean Road, which is a couple of hours south\south-east of Melbourne, where we spent the next three nights in a house ...
... it only sank in after in passed through customs that I was in the move. The last few weeks have been so focused on finishing my work off before I left that I barely registered that I was leaving. It was only as I dressed ready to leave that it tall began to sink in.
Anyway with a pack small enough to take as hand luggage, well a bit over, I set out, saying good bye to Carolyn at home I caught a taxi to the airport to fly out this autumn ...