Docklands Prestige Apartments Melbourne
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... that David came to visit me twice on my 6 month holiday. We have had some fabulous adventures, have gotten along like a house on fire throughout the test of travelling together, and we both want to continue the relationship into the future. That is probably the most exciting bit of news to come out of my time off, and I feel like the future for us is bright. Travel is one of my favourite things in the world. The opportunity to experience different cultures, ...
... picturesque place, since the sun was out we went for a nice walk over the Lake to the beach and back to break up the drive to Phillip Island. We stopped for a quick bite to eat at Rosedale and pulled out the camping chairs to sit in the sun. On our journey towards Phillip Island we saw some pretty funny place names including; Mount Baw Baw, Poo Wong and Lang Lang - definitely kept us entertained along the way. We arrived at Phillip Island and we were quite surprised at how big ...
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We had a campfire at the hostel we stayed at, got some beers in and chatted while looking at the stars. There were some local kangaroos who made some glad company. One snuck up on us, I spotted it over the person sat next to me’s shoulder, I thought it was a bush because it was so still. Closest I've been to one, I’m surprised how quietly it moved as it was literally within 6 feet of me and I didn’t hear a thing.
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I was up at half eight this morning to grab breakfast, but Becky didn't seem to want to come down at first, so I headed down alone. Becky emerged at 9:15 (when they start clearing away) just in time to get herself some breakfast. We decided that we'd go down to the riverfront today and have a look around the National Gallery of Victoria. It's predominantly an art gallery that records different pieces of art through history from Asia ...
... and I have not seen a drinks menu anywhere near as good as the one they had here. They must have had 15-20 different types of Vodka from countries including Australia, Britain, Sweden, Russia, Germany and many other countries. The same was for the beer, wine and champagne. We had a great time just chilling and chatting and watching the world go by. We then caught a tram and a train back to Williamstown, then had a short stroll home. Mon ...