Mount Evelyn Retreat B&B
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... the city runs every 10-15 minutes, but on the weekends they only run every 30 minutes.
The bus arrived right on time at 11:30 and there were plenty of seats. It traveled for about 3kms on a suburban road before heading towards the city on the Eastern Freeway (a motorway to some of you). There were 10 bus stops between my pickup and the ...
... those of you who think St.Lawrence Market is big you haven't seen anything like this. The place was huge with a large fresh fruit and vegetable section, a meat and fish area and a very large merchandise section. We both headed up buying new slightly warmer jackets than we brought with us since it is quite cool here. Once or shopping was complete we hopped on ...
... of human body parts are actually real human body parts, which have undergone a process called plastination to preserve them.
We also looked at the animal gallery, and the marine life gallery (no photos) as well as the natural sciences exhibition (with some incredible dinosaur bones!). The spiders were kind of gross, but the butterflies almost made up for it! Again the animals were all real, and had just been preserved for display.
Sunday night was spent getting ...
... our meals which were really enjoyable. To both our parents, you'll be pleased to know we got just about the healthiest dish on the menu (broadbean risotto) and even ordered a side of broccolini! We did of course get dessert too, but both desserts had fruit so we're looking after ourselves! :P
One thing we forgot to share the other day was our first supermarket experience. We did our 'big shop' and B of course brought shopping bags, ...
... really looking forward to seeing him after 3 months! Checked out the maps this afternoon and decided that we will head off to Albury/Wodonga tomorrow. Should take us 3-4 hrs which is as much driving as we want to do in any one day. Quite excited, as tomorrow is really the start of our adventure travelling into the wide unknown! What brave little poppets we ...