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Well after 3 really nice days we headed back to Brighton.
On the way we went to Point Leo camping reserve just to have a look.
Went for a walk in the surf, had a look around the Surf Club and grabbed a coffee at the Beach Cafe.
Journey back to Melbourne took about 1hour, traffic ok.
Going to watch Lions vs Richmond. Go ...
This is the day that we set off on our huge trip: London via South-East Asia. We said goodbye to our families and Daniels parents drove us to the airport.
Daniel and I had both spent the summer working hard and saving hard in preparation for this trip. Finally, in early March, we quit our jobs and packed our bags. It was strange enough to be unemployed, but soon enough we would be unemployed, homeless, ...
... this blog..I know you'll be extremely happy lol) and Niraj was in town too :-) it worked out really well because me and Niraj planned to go aquarium..City tour..and Phillip Island in the week..
The Aquarium was really goood..better than the one in London..saw huge fishes sharks jellyfish nemo and dory :-) stingrays..I held a starfish..and there was a hugeee alligator..I mean HUGE! Il show you the pictures when i'm back..we also saw penguins..they were so so cuteee..definitely ...
... by an equally childlike sugar high, we gleefully enjoyed two rounds of bowling (Hannah won both) and with the park to ourselves, two hours of skipping through non-existent queues to a stomach dropping roller coaster, headache-inducing bumper cars, and a 'scream your head off' dizzying fairground ride. Oh to be eleven again! As the adrenaline abated, and the sugar comedown began, we popped over to another of Kuala Lumper's ...
... CPD. It has commentary on the sights. Monday morning we went to the Melbourne museum, with a good aboriginal display, a section on evolution, a large display of animals, birds, insects. Interactive display of the human brain and human body.Very well laid out and very interesting. Entry was free for the grey heads, and we had a free guided tour as well.
We then hopped on a shuttle bus did the one and a half hour tour of the city ...