Robinsons in the City
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... The people welcomed me, and made me feel like I belonged.
'I'll stay here just for a while.'... I said.
Days turned into weeks, and weeks turned into months.
Acquaintances turned into friends, and before long.. friends became family.
Words cannot describe the love I have for this community - it made me rediscover myself. Its made me feel more comfortable within my skin, its made me ...
... there was actually enough room to sleep comfortably!) On our first day we drove to Philip island, a couple of hours south of Melbourne. It's really pretty and even has a town called cowes that's twinned with cowes on the Isle of Wight! We visited a chocolate factory, went to see the seal colony at the north of the island and walked along the beach by our campsite before the main event of the island- the penguin parade! Philip island is home to one of ...
Our time in Sydney had come to an end this morning. While we were very reluctant to say goodbye to our pretty hotel room, we spent the morning organising ourselves before hopping forth to the next part of our adventure. Off to the airport we went. Upon our arrival at the Sydney Airport Domestic Terminal we were confronted with an assortment of shops. Emma did what she does best and shopped, ...
... Dandenong Ranges and more importantly the Puffing Billy Steam Train. There had been a lot of fires in Victoria recently and often because of the dry weather the train has to run a diesel engine, but our luck was in and there was no fire ban the day we visited Puffing Billy so we got to enjoy him in all his puffing, smoking glory.
The line was opened in 1900 to serve the local farming and timber community. It stopped running in 1953 after a landslide ...
... warm and sunny.
We took another tram, to the Albert Park Public Golf. We seriously considered booking a tee-time for tomorrow, but the weather forecast made us decide against it: 38° is a bit much! We’ll have to change tomorrow’s plans.
Another tram took us back to town in little time (outside CBD they run fast and stops are far between), just in time for the Queen Victoria Market that flings its doors open on Wednesday ...