Waratah Brighton Boutique B & B
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... side to munch on in our quest.
Melbourne definitely has a distinct vibe and it was pumping at 5 in the afternoon. We eventually found this alleyway with burger joints, espresso bars and little French bistros and being the first thing that caught Vaughan's eye, we stopped at this tiny shop doing fresh burgers. The food was fantastic and after filling our bellies we headed back on a scenic route back to the hotel.
First thing the next morning we were ...
... br style="line-height: 21.2999992370605px;">.. Are largely, very rude
.. Have no knowledge of queuing or waiting patiently
.. Are always in a rush
.. Drive like maniacs
.. Are amazed by white people
.. Have no concept of not staring
... spell Miryam correctly, we decide not to favor them with our custom.
Fat chance of arriving before dark! There is so much to see along the way we arrive in Melbourne long after the sun has set. One of the unexpected problems with AIRBNB is finding ones lodging after dark. Streets are often difficult to locate with inadequate lighting, and house numbers are a nightmare, usually tiny numbers quite visible by day ...
... past a couple of large fig trees with enormous buttress roots, then back along Nicholson St, Albert St and Lansdowne St to the Fitzroy gardens. Like Carlton Gardens, the deciduous trees in the Fitzroy gardens are still bare of leaves, with an avenue of bare trees something that I took a photo of. I ...
... I was out in the lower paddocks with the dogs & the aussie bush stretched out in front of me. I was trying to think of a place where we could escape Xmas in Melbourne as it didn't work out so well last year and the idea hit me. As I watched the dogs frollick in the grasslands I thought Africa, yes Africa.
I told Campbell but not the kids and began my research in earnest. I had no idea where to begin or ...