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... say. "Breathe in, breathe out. I'm all zen right now. Whoopie-*******-doo!"
Okay. If some of you choose to take that view, that's completely fine. That's your view.
I'll read you a paragraph from the book.
'We are very good at preparing to live, but not very good at living. We know how to sacrifice ten years for a diploma, and we are willing to work very hard to get a job, a car, a house and so on. But we have ...
... then along the Yarra river and over the bridge where the symbols are explained. To the right here is the orchestra hall and we finish with the balcony view of the city.
It's amazing to think at what an achieve my was made in the making of this city. Victoria separated from Sydney many years ago and days later gold was found here. With 30billion it allowed Melbourne to build in 10yrs what it took other cities 100's of years to do.
Croft and ...
We started the day at food court within Melbourne; surrounded by choices from many caterers. From Thai to Indian to Italian, our breakfast was multicultural. After we finished our multicultural breakfast we decided to explore some more of Melbourne. We made our way to the botanical gardens where there stood a gigantic empty stage. The empty stage invited Alice, my sister, to perform on it. From ballet to ear deafening singing, she definitely accomplished of what ...
... so it was absolutely perfect! After a few hours then, we were told we were going to a club in Melton, around 30 minutes away. It was one of the scummiest clubs I've ever been in. Probably rivalled Barnsley on a Saturday. Absolutely horrible! Thank god that Jim and Pauline are a little deaf, it means we can get away with being a little louder than usual! 21/4 We woke up very late, still catching up from Cairns I think! Well that's the excuse anyway! When we ...
... of the more famous inmates with pictures and descriptions. The most famous inmate was Ned Kelly, villain to some and folk hero to others, a man who killed three policemen and dressed in homemade plate armour to protect himself in a gun battle with the police. The details of his life, arrest and trial are available in many documents and he may be Australia's most famous person.
That evening, Sue, the wife of a former colleague and her friend John, both ...
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