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The city is basically divided by the river that then drains into Phillip bay. The river is crossed by many bridges, and lined with bars and restaurants. They also have quite a few bike sharing locations throughout the city which I am eager to try!
I walked along the river a little enjoying an ice cream (Mint choc chip which was not bad but still not the same).
From there I decided to check out the Eureka 88 ...
... television programmes he has been watching but you are unlikely to find anything less likely to attack than the Koalas we saw. Yes we saw 17 in total, sitting in the trees, and most of these didn’t move an inch. Now we thought Australia would always be hot and sunny, it wasn’t, it was raining and cold and they looked quite sad with all their fur wet and dripping. After this it was off to Melbourne.
We spent two days in Melbourne. It is a nice city but ...
We landed in Melbourne and we're excited to see Sophie! She picked us up at the airport at took us to the spot we were staying. It was nice to see and catch a bit but we soon arrived at our destination and said a quick goodbye until the next week when we would see her again. We got in really late so we went straight to bed after such a long flight. The place that we stayed at was awesome. We rented a room out of a young couples house just north of the city. We got ...
... for tonight's party. Well, we later found out we had missed all the excitement! For our J was called up to bat! This was it, his moment of glory and we weren't there to scream his name as he brought home run after run (I'm not a cricket follower I have no idea on terminology). Actually, fortunately for J we weren't there to watch him get bowled out after 3 balls and return once again to the side lines. Never mind, next week he's bowling, we hear that's more his forte! And so it ...
... across Lewis – the director of the program – who was already busy cooking. There are free barbecues all over Australia, you just rock up with your food and cook away. We all had a chilled afternoon in the sunshine with good food and cider and got to know each other. By this point I was flagging so following the barbecue I headed back out north to Preston to settle into my room properly and go to bed! Sunday was a quiet one. I woke up after a solid 14 hour sleep at ...