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On Thursday we met up with Mahala and went to the Melbourne Night Market which had some incredible food stalls about. We wandered about for an hour before deciding which stall we'd give our business too. Jessie opted for a Sugarcane juice stall which she enjoyed but found the drink a bit too sugary. I opted for a pie which lived up to expectation. Our day out this Sunday was ...
... a raft and then they tried it out .... Some rafts we're more successful than others! Canoeing ... In pairs on the lake and the wind helped them get from one side to another, not necessarily the way they wanted to go. Archery ... Mr. Amerena would not stand still with an apple on his head in front of the target, not sure why??? Then it was back to the cabins to put on warm ...
... nap as the busy days were catching up with her haha
We both are getting a cold grrrrrrr - had to visit to chemist this afternoon. We went to Federation Square which didn't impress Natasha very much at all, neither did St Paul's Catherdral but I love that church. So beautiful.
We had a yummy dinner at Menziesa Tavern. The Lamb Shanks were absolutely delicious.
Natasha's highlight today - the Snow ...
... a portion if not all of their alcohol paid for. As previously mentioned the rich get richer while the poor suffer. At Christmas time a prepaid tab for a banking company for drinks alone was $19,000...$19-*******-000! That would pay my travels for the next 2-3 years! Food was on top of that, as was all other extras like hire costs. It was such a snobby night, I had to tell one "gentlemen" to back off one of our waitresses, when he said "it's ok, I'm a lawyer" that annoyed me even ...
... early one day and headed over to help him on one of his jobs. I did what I could and helped out for a few hours and the lady was so grateful. She went out and bought me a couple of bottles of fizz and Matty a crate of beer. She's even promised if we ever come back to Melbourne (which I never intend to do) but if we do she's promised to get us jobs and set us up for a life here. She owns one of the biggest recruitment companies here and she was just so grateful for what ...