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... which was so tender it fell off the bone, I ordered slow roasted lamb. It came blood red and as tough as any piece of meat I have ever tackled. I struggled through most of it and then complained to the waitress. She was horrified and offered me a free glass of wine which I refused, then a complimentary dessert which I declined at first but soon accepted. It was delicious and Bob and I had a great time laughing with our accommodating waitress, so it turned out to be a fun ...
... Who knows! But there was a surprisingly lack of old people. The Place Tokyo: I imagined Tokyo as this crowded city, with lots of high rises and trains everywhere, smoggy, people rushing about everywhere. On the contrary, I hardly knew I was in Tokyo! If anything, it looked like Fitzroy with more shops and transport that came on time (and every 3 minutes). There are lots of parks everywhere which breaks up the city. But my good lord, Tokyo is HUGE. It sprawls for an hour in ...
... including ACDC Lane and other quirker parts of the city. We stumbled across a fantastic place for dinner down one of Melbourne’s main alleyways. Sitting outside on a Saturday evening having dinner was just surreal. I had rarely gone out for dinner while staying in Melbourne previously and it was nice to have an explore of all the amazing places on offer. We were going to stay out longer but our 4am start was beginning to catch up and the pair of were fast asleep by 9pm, old buggers that we ...
'We'll just buy a car in Melbourne and drive up to Cairns and sell it there!'... Remember those words! Little did we know the umpteen rules when buying a car, the variations between different states, the difficulties in buying or selling a car that's registered in another state...the list goes on! Eventually, we have managed to stumble upon a car that's a wagon so we can sleep in it, sensibly in our price range, affordable to insure, a fair age but not with horrendous mileage ...
... shopping. Did I mention that mum and dad went back to the same restaurant that we basically all ate at every nite for yet another pizza on their final nite in Barcelona and managed to order themselves pizzas with pepperoni and pineapple? Honestly the guys must have thought what absolute weirdos. - London: so much history and so much to do. Just didn't disappoint. This will be the last blog entry for this trip. Will have to do it again for the next trip for sure ...