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... paid for (big thumbs down), the bed is firm and
the aircon is great. Not too sure about the bathroom though. It has a big step
to get in and then it’s like an airplane toilet/shower. The basin is on the
other side of the bedroom. The TV is small, but it does the job.
most of the night either snoring, or complaining about my restlessness. This is
going to be a long ...
So today we are going to the MCG to watch the Hawthorn vs St Kilda footy game. We purchased our tickets quite a while back (in Adelaide) and we have been looking forward to it.
The game wasn't starting till 1:45pm so Mia got to have her sleep in the morning which was good. Stops her from being too grumpy!! (well so we thought)
We decided to take the train in as we ...
... I wish every day could be a Future Music day!
After my 'no work February', which is a national thing in Australia, it was time to start earning again. Me and Caroline got some more shifts at the MCEC, and hallelujah it wasn't a doctor who convention this time, but the Mrs Browns Boys live tour. I'd not seen it before so I didn't really know what to expect, it was hilarious!! The first and second times I watched it it was anyway, by the third and fourth time I was getting a ...
... a Myki Card before you can ride on the trains, buses and trams. Luckily we were under the guidance of tour guide
Janice as we had no idea about this part of the public transport. Oh it's fun being a tourist and not knowing what's the "norm"! No buying tickets at the station like you do in Perth. With our concession cards, it worked out to be only $6.00 for us. Is that right Janice? Seems very cheap for both of us to ride in and back out, plus any trams, although we did catch ...
... br> It was obvious it was my first time at making a sandwich in front of an audience... And it was obvious that I was trying to get all 'Subway' on the situation and cram in as much filling as I could (after scrutinizing the other 'Sandwich Maker's' technique). This lady's eyes widened as she ...