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Melbourne is the city of trams. Apparently they have the largest tram network in the world. This doesn't necessarily mean they run to time; just as in the UK it’s quite possible to wait 20 minutes for a 12 minutes frequency tram then 2 come along nose to tail.
Anyway, 22nd October and if it makes you feel better we swopped the anoraks for fleeces this morning. At least it was worth bringing them! It’s a bit warmer but still grey and we try out the ...
... do was line up to pay an entry visa of 35 USD (G gave the guy a $50 note and didn't get any change.... dodgy.). Then it was through to customs where we got our passports stamped (yay!) and then baggage claim and security. We went in search of a taxi next and found a booking desk in the airport foyer. B noticed though that people in front of us seemed to be getting annoyed and complaining that they were being overcharged. We understood why when we got to the front of the line and ...
Vicky's journey back to Melbourne was unforgiving enough having to leave in the early hours to catch her flight, without the delays and traffic jams which also stood in her way. Having originally been scheduled to make it in to work for 09:30ish it was a bit of a surprise to only be clocking in nearly a couple of hours later. Having already seemingly built a good relationship with people at work after just one week it was no problem though, welcoming ...
Monday 13 July
I started CRT work (casual relief teaching). It's unusual to start teaching on the first day back, but I wasn't complaining. The school was 8 minutes down the road and you only have to be there 30 minutes before school starts, so I had to leave home at 8.15am. I used to have to be at a school by then in England, I could definitely get used to this.
I had a great first day of teaching and was surprised to find that marking ...
... the complex we crossed back over the river and found a subway and grabbed some lunch (FYI peppers are called capsicum here so when I asked for lettuce and pepper on my subway everyone laughed lol). After lunch we walked to Fitzroy Gardens which had some cute buildings and a quirky fairy tree and then headed back to the tram stop. I cooked a curry for everyone tonight and Adam, Irish and I spent the whole night playing mario games on the wii, it was so much ...