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... Tomorrow night we're both heading to the opening night of Melbourne Music Week, with a few different bands and djs playing at the Queen Victoria Markets.
Saturday morning we fly to Sydney for a whirlwind trip to visit some friends, before flying home Sunday evening ready to start back at work Monday.
Have a lovely weekend everyone, and we look forward to telling you all about our time in Sydney
... Myki cards which are the equivalent of Oyster cards and are valid for use on trams, trains and buses. The station is about a 10 minute walk from the accommodation and is a direct line to Flinders Street station right in the heart of the city. We got off there and were led to the start point of the walking tour outside the National Library to meet our guide Charlotte. She was a really cool character, a history student born and raised in Melbourne and very passionate about her home ...
... up! (actually the kitchen is limited to a tiny fridge, toaster and kettle so we'll be eating out mostly)
After a 12 hour kip we walk to the city via local parks and op shops (I now need a new guitar, again - I got my money back for my Fender in a Sydney cash converters - but it's always tough to sell a guitar that plays well) ...Melbourne's got a really nice feel to it and the city is small enough to easily navigate. We check out Federation ...
... there! On the Sunday we went to St Kilda beach and Luna park - an amusement park first opened in 1912. We seen some little penguins in their natural habitat which was amazing, they were so small and friendly.
I got dragged to the theatre to see Wicked the musical.....it was actually really good! Lion King is coming in February so think were going to that.
We're just chilling this weekend planning our next travels. Its been the first proper nice day ...
... br> So this time two weeks ago it was B's fourth week of uni, which was around the time she discovered the Barista at uni knew her name and her order, even though she only goes to uni twice a week. Friday night B worked til 7:30, so G picked her up from the train station and we went to Northern Soul (the Tibetan cafe on High Street). G ordered MoMos (tibetan dumplings), and B ordered potato and leek soup (not very Tibetan, but it was served with Roti, and it ...